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Carolin Nytra

Carolin Nytra
Nytra in 2010
Personal information
Full name Carolin Nytra
Born (1985-02-26) 26 February 1985
Hamburg, West Germany
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Website www.carolin-nytra.de
Sport
Country  Germany
Sport Athletics
Event(s) 100 metres hurdles
Achievements and titles
Regional finals 3rd at the 2010 European Athletics Championships
National finals 1st at the 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012 German Athletics Championships
Personal best(s)
  • 100 m hurdles:
    12.57 (July 2010)

Carolin Nytra (born 26 February 1985 in Hamburg) is a German athlete who specialises in the 100 metres hurdles. With a personal best time of 12.57 seconds, she became the seventh fastest German ever over this distance at the Diamond League meet in Lausanne on 8 July 2010.[1]

Career

Nytra represented Germany at the 2008 Summer Olympics[2] and the 2009 World Championships in Athletics,[3] at both events being eliminated at the semi-final stage. However, she did win a silver medal at the 2010 European Team Championships in Bergen, Norway, with a time of 12.81 seconds.[4] She subsequently came first in the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships in Paris.

Nytra won the German Athletics Championships for four consecutive years, from 2007 until 2010,[5][6] and then again in 2012.

Her partner is the 2009 European Athletics Indoor Champion Sebastian Bayer.[7]

References

  1. ^ "Bremerin Nytra fliegt in Bestzeit über die Hürden".  
  2. ^ "Beijing 2008".  
  3. ^ "12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics – Berlin 2009".  
  4. ^ "SPAR European Team Championships".  
  5. ^ Wenig, Jörg (19 July 2010). "Harting, Friedrich and Spiegelburg confirm fine form at German championships".  
  6. ^ "110. Deutsche Leichtathletik-Meisterschaften".  
  7. ^ "Sebastian Bayer folgt Freundin Carolin Nytra".  

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