|Alternative names||Inge Kabisch (birth)|
|Country represented||East Germany|
2 March 1930|
Weißenfels, Province of Saxony, Weimar Republic
|Died||11 July 2010(aged 80)|
|Former coach||Charlotte Giebelmann|
In 1956, Manfred Ewald sent her and other skaters to study coaching at the DHfK Leipzig. She settled in East Berlin where she worked as a coach under her married name, Inge Wischnewski. Her students included:
- Christine Errath (1974 World champion and 1976 Olympic bronze medalist)
- Janina Wirth (1982 World Junior champion)
- Uwe Kagelmann (1972 and 1976 Olympic pairs' bronze medalist)
- Rolf Österreich (1976 Olympic pairs' silver medalist)
- Alexander König (1982 World Junior men's bronze medalist and 1988 European pairs' bronze medalist)
- Ralph Borghard
- Heidemarie Steiner
- Bernd Wunderlich (1975 East German national champion)
- Kerstin Stolfig
Inge Kabisch was born on 2 March 1930 in Weißenfels, Weimar Republic. She married Heinz Wischnewski and took his surname. In 1958, she gave birth to their daughter, Ina. She died in July 2010 after a short illness.
|East German Championships||1st||1st||1st||1st|
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Inge Wischnewski.|
- Hönel, Manfred (15 July 2010). "Pirouettenkönigin: Trainerin Inge Wischnewski gestorben" [Spin Queen: Coach Inge Wischnewski has died]. Neues Deutschland (in German).
- Unger, Andreas (28 October 2010). "Inge Wischnewski (Geb. 1930)" [Inge Wischnewski (born 1930)]. Der Tagesspiegel (in German).
- "Weltmeister-Trainerin Inge Wischnewski verstorben" [Coach of World champions Inge Wischnewski has died]. Deutsche Presse-Agentur (in German). Mitteldeutsche Zeitung. 13 July 2010.