Top 20 Gymnast celebrities in Germany
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Gymnast celebrities [Updated January 28, 2023].
Maxi Gnauck was born
on October 10, 1964
She became the first German gymnast ever inducted into the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame.
Johann Quaas was born
on November 20, 1925
In September of 2012, she entered the Guinness Book of Records as the Oldest Gymnast in the World.
Laney Madsen was born
on March 14, 2001
By 2010, she was known in several sport industry's worldwide. Athletes of different ages would write her with questions and advice for their sport careers.
Fabian Hambuchen was born
on October 25, 1987
He was named German Sportspersonality of the Year in 2007.
Marcel Nguyen was born
on September 8, 1987
in Munich, Germany.
He won bronze in the 2007 World Championships in team all-around.
Wayne Skivington was born
on August 24, 1987
in Hanover, Germany.
He received a role in the Cirque du Soleil before his 21st birthday. He has over 120,000 followers on his wayne_skiv04 Instagram account.
Karin Buttner-Janz was born
on February 17, 1952
Following her gymnastics career, she pursued a medical career and became Chief Physician at Vivantes hospital.
George Eyser was born
on August 31, 1870
His gold medal for vaulting was especially impressive since there was no springboard at the time to aid in his jump over the long horse.
Regina Weber was born
on April 12, 1963
German rhythmic gymnast known for winning bronze at the 1984 Olympic Games, which were boycotted by Eastern Bloc countries. She's the mother of soccer player Leroy Sane.
After her success throughout the 1980s, which included several national championships along with her Olympic medal, she retired in 1987.
Korash Kabir was born
on July 17, 1997
He is known for having won the Athlete of the Year award in the Flythenics category at the Frankfurter Sports Gala in 2017.
Rudolf Schrader was born
on March 17, 1875
When he died he was nearly 106 years old, which made him the longest-lived Olympian in history.