Deutscher Segler-Verband

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Deutscher Segler Verband
DSV
IOC nation Germany (GER)
National flag Germany
Sport Sailing
Official website www.dsv.org
HISTORY
Year of formation 1888
DEMOGRAPHICS
Membership size 188000
AFFILIATIONS
International federation International Sailing Federation (ISAF)
ISAF members page www.sailing.org/about/members/mnas/germany.php
National Olympic Committee Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund
National Paralympic Committee National Paralympic Committee Germany
ELECTED
President Mona Küppers
SECRETARIAT
Address
  • Gruendgensstrasse 18
  • D-22309 Hamburg
Country Germany
Secretary General Goetz-Ulf Jungmichel
Olympic team manager Nadine Stegenwalner
Technical Manager Boris Hepp

The Deutscher Segler Verband is the national governing body for the sport of sailing in Germany, recognised by the International Sailing Federation.

History[edit]

In 1888 the German Sailing Association was founded as the first chairman Adolpf Burmester. At the offices of the Norddeutscher Regatta Verein (North German Regatta Association) in Hamburg met as official founding clubs: Norddeutscher Regatta Verein, Kaiserlicher Yacht Club (Imperial Yacht Club), Verein Seglerhaus am Wannsee Wannsee Sailors House Association), Segelclub Rhe (Sailing Club Rhe - Koenigsberg), Berlin Sailing Club, Berlin Regatta Club, Academic Sailors Club (Berlin), Spandauer Yacht-Club, Berlin Yacht Club, Hamburg Elbsegel Regatta Association, and St Georger Segel Verein (St George Sailing Association - Sankt Georgen an der Gusen). In the year 1933 the DSV was subject to Gleichschaltung. At the same time the Freier Segler Verband (Free Sailors' Association), founded in 1901 by workers was renamed and later wrapped up. 1934 saw the liquidation of the Deutscher Seglerbund (German Sailors' Federation) DSB, by which the DSV became the only sailing association in Germany.

Membership[edit]

People[edit]

Presidents[edit]

  • 1888 - Founding President Adolph Burmester
  • 1912 - Carl Busley
  • 1928-1932 - William Rakenius - sailing club house on the Wannsee
  • 1932 - Dr. E. Koebke
  • 1933 - Kewisch leader of the DSV for the DC circuit, followed by Unfug, then Kewisch again
  • 1949 - First President GEWES after World War II. 1951 recovery in the ISAF
  • 1956 - Fischer
  • 1973-1985 - Kurt Pochhammer
  • 1985-1993 - Hans-Otto Schumann - Hamburger Segel-Club
  • 1993-2001 - Hans-Joachim (Hajo) - Fritze North German Regatta Association
  • 2001-2005 - Dierk Thomsen - Kieler Yacht-Club
  • 2005 to present - Rolf Bähr - sailing club house on the Wannsee

Yacht Clubs[edit]

See Category:Yacht clubs in Germany

Notable sailors[edit]

See Category:German sailors

Olympic sailing[edit]

See Category:Olympic sailors of Germany

Offshore sailing[edit]

See Category:German sailors (sport)

References[edit]

External links[edit]