In 1986, she competed in the Miss Germany pageant, representing Schleswig-Holstein. She wound up as the first runner-up. She was sent to Kanazawa, Japan to participate in the Miss International pageant three years later, eventually becoming the second German representative to win the title, some 24 years after Ingrid Finger won it in 1965.
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