October 16, 1985 |
SV Wacker Burghausen
Erster Münchner SC
Jasmin Rosenberger or (Turkish: Yasemin Rosenberger) (born October 16, 1985 in Traunstein, Germany) is a German-Turkish female swimmer competing in the butterfly events. She is a member of Fenerbahçe Swimming in Istanbul. In Germany, she swims for SV Wacker Burghausen, Erster Münchner SC and SG Essen.
Her identical twin sister Iris is also a swimmer. The twins were born to German father Peter Rosenberger and Turkish mother Leyla Aktaş-Rosenberger, a painter, ceramic artist and sculptor, in Traunstein, Germany. They have a younger sister Deniz, who is also a swimmer. Jasmin studied law at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.
Jasmin is the holder of Turkish national records of 200 m butterfly at short course with 2:10.60 set in 2009 and at long course with 2:14.26 set in 2012. She was the member of the Turkish team, which set a new national record at short course in 4×50 m medley relay with 1:53.48.
|2009||World Aquatics Championships||Rome, Italy||59th||100 m butterfly||1:02.52|
|World Aquatics Championships||Rome, Italy||39th||200 m butterfly||2:16.24|
|2012||European Aquatics Championships||Debrecen, Hungary||33rd||100 m butterfly||1:02.83|
|European Aquatics Championships||Debrecen, Hungary||14th SF||200 m butterfly||2:16.44|
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