|1992 Barcelona||High jump|
|1991 Tokyo||High jump|
|World Indoor Championships|
|1991 Sevilla||High jump|
|1993 Toronto||High jump|
|1989 Budapest||High jump|
|1995 Barcelona||High jump|
|1990 Split||High jump|
Henkel was born in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein. Having competed for West Germany at the Olympic Games in 1984 and 1988, she emerged as the world's leading female high jumper of the early 1990s. As well as her Olympic triumph, Henkel won World, World Indoor, European and European Indoor titles. She is one of only two female high jumpers in history to have won all five titles, the other being Stefka Kostadinova. She was also very successful at the Hochsprung mit Musik meeting, taking the title three times consecutively from 1991 to 1993 and securing a record fourth win in 1995.
Note: Henkel was forced to withdraw from the 1993 World Championship final due to injury, having cleared 1.90 m in the qualifying round.
|Women's Track & Field Athlete of the Year
|German Sportswoman of the Year
Franziska van Almsick
|Women's High Jump Best Year Performance
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