|Full name||Yvonne Schulz|
|Former country(ies) represented||East Germany (1988–1990)|
19 November 1974 |
Forst (Lausitz), DDR
|Former partner||Sven Authorsen|
Yvonne Schulz (born 19 November 1974 in Forst (Lausitz), East Germany) is a German ice dancer. She represented East Germany in ice dance between 1988 and 1990 and the unified Germany between 1990 and 1995. Her most successful partnership was with Sven Authorsen, with whom she skated from 1992 until 1995, reaching their highest position of 2nd place in 1993 German Figure Skating Championships. In 1994 they were part of the European Championships that saw the return of Torvil and Dean, Yvonne and Sven reached 19th place.
After retiring from ice dancing, Miss Schulz took an assistant coach position alongside Christina Henke-Mades based in Dortmund.
Yvonne also coached synchronised skating teams in Torvill and Dean's home-rink the National Ice Centre in Nottingham. She was with Nottingham Synchronised Skating Academy, (NSSA) for over a year, whilst living in Coventry with her husband and young daughter. After influencing the club greatly, she returned to her hometown in Germany as she was homesick.
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