Goolsbee/Schamberger at the 1992 German Championships in Berlin
|Alternative names||Jennifer Goolsbee-Schneble|
September 6, 1968 |
Detroit, Michigan, United States
|Height||1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)|
|Former partner||Hendryk Schamberger, Samuel Gezalian, James Schilling|
|Former coach||Martin Skotnicky|
|Skating club||RSC Essen|
|Former training locations||Oberstdorf|
Jennifer Goolsbee (born September 6, 1968) is a former competitive ice dancer who is best known for her partnership with Hendryk Schamberger for Germany. With Schamberger, she is a four-time German national champion and placed ninth at the 1994 Winter Olympics.
Early in her career, Goolsbee competed with James Schilling for the United States.
In 1990, Goolsbee teamed up with German ice dancer Hendryk Schamberger to compete for Germany. They were coached by Martin Skotnicky in Oberstdorf. They won the German national title four times and competed at the 1994 Winter Olympics, placing ninth. Goolsbee/Schamberger finished as high as seventh at the World Championships (1994) and eighth at the European Championships (1995). They parted ways in 1995.
Goolsbee and Schomberger teamed up again in 1997 to skate in shows.
Goolsbee received German citizenship in December 1993. She moved back to the United States in 1998. In 2001, she married former ice dancer Kyle Schneble, with whom she has a daughter, Jordyn, and son, Rush.
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