Susen Tiedtke

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Susen Tiedtke
Medal record
Women’s Athletics
Representing  Germany
IAAF World Indoor Championships
Silver medal – second place 1993 Toronto Long Jump
Bronze medal – third place 1995 Barcelona Long Jump

Susen Tiedtke (born 23 January 1969 in East Berlin, East Germany) is a German former long jumper, who took part in two editions of the Summer Olympics and won a silver and a bronze medal at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Athletics in 1993 and 1995 respectively.

Tiedtke represented Germany in the long jump at the 1992 Olympic Games, where she finished 8th, and the 2000 Olympic Games, where she finished 5th. At the 1992 games, Tiedtke had originally finished ninth, but was promoted to eighth after the drugs disqualification of Nijole Medvedeva. This would also happen in 2000 when she was promoted from sixth to fifth after the drugs disqualification of Marion Jones.[1][2]


Following her bronze medal win at the 1995 IAAF World Indoor Championships, Tiedtke tested positive for Oral-Turinabol, and was banned for two years.[1][3]


Tiedtke won the East German championship in balance beam in 1982.


Tiedtke appeared in the September 2004 edition of Playboy[4] entitled Women of the Olympics.[5]

Private life[edit]

Tiedtke married Joe Greene, an American long jumper, in December 1993. They lived in Dublin, Ohio. She changed her name to Susen Tiedtke-Greene. They divorced in 1998, and she moved back to Germany and reverted to her original name. She has been married to former tennis professional Hendrik Dreekmann since 28 January 2005.


  • All results regarding Long Jump
Year Competition Venue Position Notes
1987 European Junior Championships Birmingham, England 3rd 6.39 m (w)
1991 World Championships Tokyo, Japan 5th 6.77 m
1992 Olympic Games Barcelona, Spain 8th 6.60 m
1993 World Indoor Championships Toronto, Canada 2nd 6.84 m
World Championships Stuttgart, Germany 9th 6.54 m
1995 World Indoor Championships Barcelona, Spain 3rd 6.90 m
1997 World Championships Athens, Greece 6th 6.78 m
1998 European Championships Budapest, Hungary 8th 6.62 m
1999 World Championships Seville, Spain 7th 6.68 m
2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia 5th 6.74 m
  • w = wind-assisted

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Susen Tiedtke". Biographies. International Association of Athletics Federations - IAAF. Archived from the original on August 26, 2009. Retrieved 7 February 2011.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  2. ^ "Susen Tiedtke". Athletics - Statistics - Individual statistics. Retrieved 7 February 2011.
  3. ^ "German faces four-year ban". Drugs in Sport. 11 April 1995. Retrieved 7 February 2011.
  4. ^ "Susen Tiedtke-Green". headOD. Archived from the original on 3 February 2011. Retrieved 30 November 2008.
  5. ^ Katz, Andrew (2004-08-31). "Olympics were too hot to handle for athletes, fans". The Justice. Archived from the original on 22 October 2007. Retrieved 30 November 2008.