Constanze Moser-Scandolo

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Constanze Moser
Personal information
Born (1965-07-04) 4 July 1965 (age 52)
Weimar, East Germany
Sport
Country Germany
Sport Speed skating

Constanze Moser-Scandolo (born 4 July 1965) is a former World Champion speed skating who competed for East Germany.

Short biography[edit]

Born as Constanze Scandolo in Weimar, East Germany, she started skating at the SC Turbine Erfurt skating club in Erfurt where she trained in the same group as Gunda Niemann and Heike Schalling. In 1988, she was at the Winter Olympics in Calgary, slated to compete in the 1,500 m. However, an injury forced her to withdraw just minutes before the start of her race. She had her best year in 1989 when she became World Allround Champion, won silver at the European Allround Championships, and also won the World Cup on the 1,500 m, as well as ending third on the 1,000 m and the 3,000/5,000 m. She also won 4 medals at various German Championships in that same year. In 1990, she won a bronze medal at the World Allround Championships. After the birth of her daughter Elisa Moser on 27 November 1990, she ended her speed skating career. Currently, she works at the Thüringen Department of Economics.

Medals[edit]

An overview of medals won by Moser-Scandolo at important championships she participated in, listing the years in which she won each:

Championships Gold medal Silver medal Bronze medal
Winter Olympics
World Allround 1989 1990
World Cup 1989 (1,500 m) 1990 (1,500 m) 1989 (1,000 m)
1989 (3,000/5,000 m)
European Allround 1989
German Allround 1986 1989
German Sprint
German Single Distance 1989 (1,500 m)
1990 (1,500 m)
1985 (3,000 m)
1988 (1,500 m)
1988 (3,000 m)
1988 (5,000 m)
1989 (3,000 m)
1989 (5,000 m)
1990 (3,000 m)

Personal records[edit]

To put these personal records in perspective, the last column (WR) lists the official world records on the dates that Scandolo-Moser skated her personal records.

Distance Result Date Location WR
500 m 40.83 11 February 1989 Calgary 39.10
1,000 m 1:20.69 11 March 1989 Inzell 1:17.65
1,500 m 2:02.65 11 February 1989 Calgary 1:59.30
3,000 m 4:18.68 12 February 1989 Calgary 4:11.94
5,000 m 7:29.88 11 February 1990 Calgary 7:14.13

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