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regensburg- The athletes from TSV Bad Endorf presented themselves with a bronze medal and two top places at the Bavarian all-around championships in Regensburg.
A very young team from Bad Endorf started in the heptathlon of the female youth U16. In the end, the team with Ronja Fürst, Amelie Gratz and Ellena Larson took the bronze medal. As the second best Upper Bavarian, they collected 9574 points and were only subject to the favored LG Sempt with 10086 points and the SWC Regensburg (10003 points). In the heptathlon individual ranking of the youth W15, Ronja Fürst was the most successful woman from Endorf: With 3517 points she was fourth and only missed the bronze medal by eight points. With 13.06 seconds in the 100 meter run and 12.55 seconds over the 80 meter hurdles, she was even the second best athlete of the day, and third in the long jump with 5.08 meters. With 8.21 meters in the shot put, 1.49 meters in the high jump, 26.68 meters in the javelin and 2: 35.93 minutes on the 800 meter course, she delivered consistently good results as the second best woman from Upper Bavaria. Gold went to the reigning German champion Sofie Gröninger from the LG Sempt with 3800 points.
Jakob Ngom also proved himself with fourth place in the nine fight of the youth M15. With 4474 points he was the third best Upper Bavarian behind the victorious DM fifth Mel-Lucas Mosetter from TSV Schleissheim with 4869 points. On his way to the top position, he even recorded the best time of the day over 80 meter hurdles with 12.17 seconds. In addition, the 15-year-old protégé of trainer Rolf Jacob had 12.81 seconds in the 100-meter sprint, 1.46 meters in the high jump, 5.11 meters in the long jump and 8.39 meters in the shot put on the first day. On the second day he proved himself with 3.20 meters in the pole vault, 28.96 meters in the discus throw, 29.91 meters in the javelin throw and 3: 07.82 minutes on the 1000 meter distance
Ingolstadt - The most successful regional club was TSV Bad Endorf. In the youth W15, Ronja Fürst won silver in the 100 meter final: for the first time she broke the magical 13-second barrier with 12.99 seconds. She had bad luck in the long jump: She increased her personal record by 15 centimeters to 5.35 meters and was still defeated by the highly preferred and at the same time equally capable Lena Grünauer from the LAG Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Only because of her weaker second attempt she had to make do with second place this time. Her great diligence in training was rewarded in the 300-meter run: Fürst became Upper Bavarian champion with her new best time of 43.08 seconds. At the finish she was almost nine meters ahead of Lara Wagner from DJK Ingolstadt (43.96 seconds). Unexpected bronze was reserved for Christina Scheck from Endorf with 45.46 seconds.
Johanna Mußner was the new Upper Bavaria champion in the W15 youth shot put: With a superior 11.41 meters she was clearly ahead of Amelie Benda from TSV Ottobrunn (10.74 meters). Ellena Larson convinced in the 2000-meter run of the youth W15 as the new runner-up with 7: 47.74 minutes. She underlined her versatility with bronze in the high jump of 1.49 meters. She had too many unsuccessful attempts and even gave away the feasible silver space. She was fourth in the 80 meter hurdles with 14.36 seconds. Adam Radvanyi sprinted to bronze over 400 meters of the youth U20 with 56.05 seconds. Jakob Ngom had bad luck as fourth over 300 meters with 40.48 seconds and in the 80-meter hurdles run with 12.00 seconds.
With 17 podium places, the regional athletes convinced at the 21st all-around sports festival of TSV Bad Endorf. There were numerous nationally strong performances in the stadium on Hans-Kögl-Straße. Athletes from 19 clubs in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg started at this meeting.
The offspring from TSV Bad Endorf were the most successful club on the local facility. The first was the four-way team of the female youth U16: Ronja Fürst, Johanna Mußner, Ellena Larson, Amelie Gratz and Christina Scheck collected 9027 points. They even achieved a new German annual record. Two athletes worked their way up here in the individual ranking of the youth W15: Ronja Fürst secured second place with 1977 points: especially in the high jump (1.53 meters) and in the 100-meter run (13.02 seconds ) she shone with strong results. As the best shot putter of the day with 10.74 meters, Johanna Mußner from Endorf came third with 1927 points. The heptathlon team came in second: Ronja Fürst, Ellena Larson and Amelie Gratz collected 9,428 points, just behind LG Region Landshut with 9,628 points. This means they climb to ninth place in Germany. The best single starter was Ronja Fürst in third place with 3417 points. She lacked 158 counters for the DM standard.
New German annual best from Kersten
In the youth class W12, Dajanira Zentgraf celebrated victory in the four-way battle: after 10.98 seconds in the 75-meter run, 3.99 meters in the long jump, 1.29 meters in the high jump and 26.00 meters in the ball throw, she scored 1592 points. The male U16 offspring was also convincing: Brian Kersten won the four-way battle of the M14 youth with the new German annual high of 2142 points and completed his nine fight on the second day with 4696 points. With his nine-fight performance, he easily fulfilled the standard of 4000 points for the German championships. With this annual Bavarian performance, he has now even climbed to the current fourth position in Germany. On his way to success, the 14-year-old delivered consistently good results with 12.50 seconds in the 100-meter sprint, 5.60 meters in the long jump, 10.54 meters in the shot put, 1.65 meters in the high jump, 12.12 seconds over 80 meter hurdles, 32.46 meters in the discus throw, 2.90 meters in the pole vault, 32.87 meters in the javelin throw and 3: 24.70 minutes in the final 1000 meter race.
Jakob Ngom prevailed as the winner in the M15 youth nine fight with 4441 points: He achieved his best performances in the long jump with 5.37 meters, in the 100 meter run with 12.73 seconds, over 80 meter hurdles with 12.40 seconds , in the pole vault with 2.80 meters and on the 1000-meter distance with 3: 08.42 minutes. His points now give him 22nd place in the German best list, making him number one in Bavaria. With their victory in the nine-fight team championship, Brian Kersten, Jakob Ngom and Johannes Schießl now climb to fourth place in the German best-of-the-year list with 13,392 points and are also the best Bavarians this season.
Further results: Youth M15: four-way fight: 3rd Johannes Schießl (TSV Bad Endorf) 1965; Neunkampf: 2. Johannes Schießl 4255.
Youth W11: four-way fight: 2nd Carolina Hammer (TSV Bad Endorf) 1342; 3. Sophie Garza (TSV Bad Endorf) 1334; Youth W15: four-way fight: 3rd Johanna Mußner (TSV Bad Endorf) 1927.
Medals for Endorf athletes
The hosts from TSV Bad Endorf celebrated several medals. As the winner in the main run, Robert Wimmer from the Mountain Run Triathlon department shone. He finally became the new Upper Bavaria champion in the men's main class with 26:42 minutes ahead of Simon Eck from LC Tölzer Land (28:29). Over 2.65 kilometers of the youth M15 all-rounder Jakob Ngom was Upper Bavarian runner-up with 10:33 minutes ahead of Jakob Mitterer (10:37). Silver in the youth W15 went to Elena Larson with 11:31 minutes, while Lena Fürst ran the 1.3 kilometers of the youth W12 to bronze with 6:09 minutes.
Further results: pupils W 14 9th place Amelie Gratz; W 15: 6th place Ronja Fürst; 7th place Christina Scheck, pupil M 15: 5th place Johannes Schießl
The regional athletics youngsters presented themselves in top form at the Wendelstein Indoor District Championships for the U14 youth in Bad Endorf. The talents won 14 gold, 13 silver and 15 bronze medals.
For the hosts from TSV Bad Endorf, Leni Maierl was the figurehead. In the youth W12 she secured the district title with a lead of 6.88 seconds on the 35 meter long hurdles course. It was enough for silver in the 35-meter sprint with 5.91 seconds and in the high jump with 1.20 meters, and fourth in the 5-man jump with 10.22 meters.
In the female U 12's shot put, Lena Fürst took third place with 6.27 meters and over 35 meter hurdles in 7.56 seconds, as well as a good 6th place in the 5-man jump with 10.11 meters.
Antonia Demmel took 7th place in the female U 12 in the shot put with 5.63 meters.
In the framework program of the U 12, the female students Romy Freund achieved a third place in the 35 meter sprint and a fourth place in the high jump with 1.00 meters.
30 meters: 5th Katharina Gebhardt (TSV Bad Endorf) 7.99; Stand long jump: 5. Katharina Gebhardt (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.54 meters; 35 meter hurdles Ertl Magdalena (TSV Bad Endorf)
35 meters: 3rd Dominik Beste (TSV Bad Endorf) 6.89; 35 meter hurdles: 4th Dominik Beste (TSV Bad Endorf) 7.77; High jump: 2nd Dominik Beste (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.10 meters; Stand long jump: 3. Dominik Beste (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.73 meters;
35 meters: 4th Vincent Guggenberger (TSV Bad Endorf) 6.56; High jump: 2nd Mika Gieritz (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.00 meters; Stand long jump: 4th Mika Gieritz (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.65 meters; 5. Vincent Guggenberger (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.65 meters
Fuerth- The new Bavarian champion in the four-way fight of the youth M14 comes from TSV Bad Endorf: Brian Kersten won the gold medal with a strong 2139 points. In his biggest success so far, he relegated Henrik Hoffmann from LG Forchheim (2108 points) and Jonatan Toldy from LG Sempt (/ 2033 points) to the other places in the field of 18 starters. On his way to gold, the protégé of trainer Rolf Jacob presented himself in brilliant shape with 1.61 meters in the high jump and 9.12 seconds over 60 meter hurdles. With 5.30 meters in the long jump, he increased his personal record by 36 centimeters. He also improved in the 1000 meter run by over 24 seconds to 3: 25.93 minutes.
Endorf's youth U16 is fourth
The female youth U16 from Bad Endorf finished fourth this time: Ronja Fürst, Johanna Mußner and Amelie Gratz collected 5,754 points with the four-way team and were 18 points past bronze. Gold went to the favored LAC Quelle Fürth with 6240 points. Ronja Fürst proved to be the most successful individual four-fighter: Among the 25 athletes in the W14 class, she surprised as seventh with 1995 points after 9.88 seconds over 60 meter hurdles, 1.43 meters in the high jump, 4.88 meters in the long jump and 2: 49.74 minutes on the 800-meter course.
Further results:Youth W14: four-way fight: 10th Amelie Gratz (TSV Bad Endorf) 1837; Youth M15: four-way fight: 10th Jakob Ngom (TSV Bad Endorf) 1980.
Brian Kersten takes bronze for Bad Endorf
The figurehead for TSV Bad Endorf was Brian Kersten in the high jump of the youth M15: with 1.61 meters he secured the bronze medal. Moritz von Kuk from TSV Bad Endorf landed a remarkable success: with 6.87 meters in the long jump, he increased his personal record by six centimeters. In the final, he finished fifth and missed bronze by 17 centimeters.
Further results: Youth M15: 60 meter hurdles: 6th Brian Kersten (TSV Bad Endorf) 9.07; Youth W15: long jump: 10th Ronja Fürst (TSV Bad Endorf) 4.79; Shot put: 7. Johanna Mußner (TSV Bad Endorf) 11.10.
The most successful athlete from TSV Bad Endorf was Brian Kersten in the youth M14: With a new personal record of 1.70 meters, the all-rounder was South Bavaria champion in the high jump. In his triumph he was seven centimeters from the second. He was unlucky twice in the battle for medals: In the 60-meter final, he finished fourth with 7.91 seconds and missed bronze by eight hundredths of a second. In the 60-meter hurdle sprint, 9.67 seconds also meant fourth place: Here he was a tenth of a second behind third. Unexpectedly, Amelie Gratz celebrated her first big success in the W14 youth pole vault: The 13-year-old crossed 2.20 meters and thus won the title. Bronze went to Johanna Mußner in the W15 youth shot put final with 10.95 meters. Ellena Larson was fourth on the 800-meter course of the W15 youth with 2: 28.14 minutes. 83 hundredths of a second were missing from bronze.
Further results: Male; Youth M15; High jump: 8th Johannes Schießl (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.50; Pole vault: 7th Jakob Ngom (TSV Bad Endorf) 2.40; Youth M14:; 6. Brian Kersten (TSV Bad Endorf) 10.00 female youth U20 :; Shot put: 7. Emily Teschner (TSV Bad Endorf) 9.53; Youth W15: high jump: 9th Johanna Mußner (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.45; Long jump: 8th Ronja Fürst (TSV Bad Endorf) 4.76
Nick Kocevar at the German championship in the Berlin Olympic Stadium, which was held as part of the major event "The Finals".
In the 100 meter run, only the 24 best registered athletes were allowed to compete and Nick Kocevar from TSV Bad Endorf had the honor of being one of the best sprinters in Germany at the moment. As one of the youngest starters, the 19-year-old had an extremely difficult time in the 100 meter semifinals: With 10.66 seconds he confirmed his current top form and was the third fastest Bavarian in 18th place in the overwhelming competition of 21 runners. To make it into the final, he would have had to set a new personal record - that would also have been a Bavarian record. Gold went to Michael Pohl with 10.27 seconds, silver to Kevin Kranz with 10.29 seconds, both athletes from the Wetzlar sprint team.
With the bronze medal in the 100 meter sprint, Kocevar from TSV Bad Endorf proved himself at the German youth championship in Ulm.
Bad Endorf - The regional athletes proved themselves with a bronze medal at the German Youth Championship in Ulm. Nick Kocevar from TSV Bad Endorf started in the 100 meter sprint of the male youth U20.
Kocevar confirms strong season with bronze
He had long since achieved his season goal of finishing sixth at the U20 European Championships and now wanted to prove his skills again against the best national athletes. He tactically won his prelude with 10.71 seconds as well as his semi-finals with 10.61 seconds. As expected, Kocevar was in the final: There he worked his way up to a brilliant 10.62 seconds and thus secured third place. With this placement, he fulfilled his dream of a medal, especially since there are several German sprinters in the European elite this year. In the tight competition, only the two European relay champions Lucas Ansah-Peprah from Hamburger SV were in first place with 10.51 seconds and Fabian Olbert from LG Stadtwerke München in second place with 10.59 seconds, just ahead of the Endorfer.
Father and son are satisfied
“I can and must be satisfied with the season, especially when I look back on the course of the season,” revealed the 19-year-old, with whom not everything went according to plan this year. At the end of May he was still struggling with an injury, which had a huge impact on his special preparation phase. He was perfectly "patched up" again here in a very professional manner in just ten days by the internationally recognized Munich chiropractor Dr. Thomas von Mendelssohn and his physiotherapist Alexander Kudrewitsch from Kolbermoor. Nevertheless, he first had to take his ten-day “boxing stop” - the unavoidable break from training - in order to get intensely fit. “That wasn't ideal, the training had to be completely changed and tailored to the current situation,” said his father and trainer Mitja Kocevar. "We are satisfied with the season and at the same time we know that we still have reserves for another big step forward," promised Mitja Kocevar, also looking back at his son's complete loss due to injury last year. "Few of them believed in Nick and supported us at all", says Kocevar, because "we were, so to speak, on our own with only two well-known sponsors from the region and a well-known sports brand with a big cat". Competitive sport at the highest level is still associated with high costs in terms of trips, time and training camps abroad.
Female youth U20:
100 meter hurdles prelims: 24th Emily Teschner (TSV Bad Endorf) 15.23;
Pfaffenhofen / Ilm - With two gold medals and many top places, the regional athletes surprised at the Upper Bavarian block all-round championships for the U14 youth in Pfaffenhofen / Ilm.
As before, the comparisons at the district level are the highest title fights for the twelve- and 13-year-old youngsters.
Brian Kersten from TSV Bad Endorf presented himself in excellent shape in the block all-around litter of the youth M13. With 2578 points he was Upper Bavarian champion. On his way to gold, he achieved four new personal bests with 9.91 seconds in the 75-meter run, 9.91 seconds in the 60-meter hurdles, 10.79 meters in the shot put and 32.63 meters in the discus throw. In addition, there were 4.82 meters in the long jump.
A perfect appearance: At the U20 Junior European Championships in Boras, Sweden, the athlete Nick Kocevar from TSV Bad Endorf impressed with an excellent sixth place.
Boras- The U20 youth championships for Europe took place in Boras, a city with a population of 110,000 - and this time the German Athletics Association (DLV) competed with a large team of 85 athletes.
Nick Kocevar from TSV Bad Endorf was the only athlete from the region. In advance, the 19-year-old qualified for these continental title fights for the 100-meter run on a rocky path - and there he also cut a very good figure.
Nick has real mental strengths
Highly concentrated, he increased again to 10.52 seconds and qualified for the final with the seventh best performance.
Trainer and father Mitja Kocevar: "Nick has real mental strengths in difficult races and absolute championship qualities in order to be fit on the spot and fast enough for all tasks."
10.62 seconds in the final
In the final, however, the tension was great: After a lightning start, Kocevar fought his way to 10.62 seconds and finally surprised with sixth place.
He was more than satisfied with this placement, because after his injury break in the previous year, participation or even a final placement seemed utopian.
The new European champion was Lorenzo Paissan from Italy with 10.44 seconds ahead of Poland's Antoni Plichta with 10.52 seconds and Briton Chad Miller with 10.53 seconds.
The Endorf athletes proved themselves with a silver and bronze medal at the Bavarian U23 and U16 youth championships in Regensburg.
Past gold by two tenths of a second
Emily Teschner from TSV Bad Endorf was strong in the 100 meter hurdles sprint of the juniors: The U20 youth shone as Bavarian runner-up with 15.13 seconds and missed gold by only two tenths of a second. Constantin Leutloff was surprisingly strong over the 400 meter hurdles of the Juniors U23: With a remarkable 58.14 seconds, he fought his way to bronze and thus his greatest success to date. He sprinted to the finish line in sixth place in the 400-meter run after 51.83 seconds. Sixth places were also for Marius Kirschner over 300 meters in the youth M15 (41.06 seconds) and Jakob Ngom in the M14 pole vault (2.40 meters). Drew Guthrie had a positive surprise when he finished fifth in the W15 youth 100 meter final with 13.09 seconds.
Further results:Youth Juniors U23: high jump: 10th Michaela Gegenfurtner (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.50; Long jump: 8th Michaela Gegenfurtner 5.02; Youth W14: pole vault: 9th Paulina Huy (TSV Bad Endorf) 2.00; Shot put: 9th Johanna Mußner (TSV Bad Endorf) 10.07 m
Burgkirchen - TSV Bad Endorf was successful at the open evening sports festival in Burgkirchen. In the youth W14, Johanna Mußner was the outstanding athlete: With 11.00 meters she won the shot put final and thus also increased her personal record by an impressive 21 centimeters. The all-rounder could not be beaten in the 100 meter race with 13.69 seconds either. She landed her third victory in the long jump with 4.61 meters and a distance of 69 centimeters on the second. In the W14 shot put, Nina Dück came second with 9.11 meters. Drew Guthrie superiorly secured the victory in the 100-meter run of the youth W15 with 12.93 seconds. In the youth M15, Marius Kirschner celebrated a double victory on the 100-meter course with 12.71 seconds and in the shot put with 10.05 meters. Jakob Ngom also had two victories in the youth M14: The 14-year-old won the long jump with 4.79 meters and the 100-meter run with 13.58 seconds. Brian Kersten dominated the 75-meter sprint of the youth M13 with 10.19 seconds and came second in the long jump final with 4.94 meters. Coach Rolf Jacob started in the men's shot put: With 9.98 meters, the 53-year-old won the competition.
Athletics sprinter Nick Kocevar from TSV Bad Endorf was nominated by the German Athletics Association (DLV) for the U20 European Championships in Borås, Sweden. The endorfer will represent Germany in the 100-meter run and will be part of the 4x100-meter relay for the title fights from July 18 to 21.
Bad Endorf- It was a real dream that Nick Kocevar fulfilled at the Bauhaus Junior Gala in Mannheim by qualifying for the U20 European Championship. This international gala is still the measure of all things when it comes to international nominations and is therefore harder and more complicated than a German championship. A few weeks ago, the ambitious athlete made himself interesting with 10.44 seconds over 100 meters by pushing himself up to fourth place in the German ranking.
10.55 seconds in the A final
The 19-year-old competed in the 100-meter run of the youth U20 to preserve his chances of a possible starting place for the German team. After 10.67 seconds in the run-up, he qualified for the A-final. There he finally secured the victory with 10.55 seconds and thus also fulfilled the European Championship norm ahead of Lucas Ansah-Peprah from Hamburger SV with 10.56 seconds. Overall, the endorfer managed the third fastest time of the day - and had the nomination firmly in his pocket. He is now in the 85 strong German squad to Sweden.
His concept in this stressful situation was not strategic: "I tried to focus only on myself". Despite this huge success, he remained very fair and paid great respect to all qualifying candidates: “Everyone deserved to start in Borås”, because eleven athletes stayed below the required national norm of 10.60 seconds and even 18 sprinters below lighter international limit of 10.70 seconds.
Also nominated for the season
Fortunately, there was also a second nomination: Nick Kocevar is also part of the German 4x100 meter relay in Sweden. Exactly this formation is currently leading the ranking in Europe and is considered a sure medal contender. In Mannheim Kocevar already started with the German relay team II and achieved third place in the youth U20 with 40.30 seconds behind Germany I with 39.86 seconds and Great Britain with 40.10 seconds.
"It was a very difficult time after the bad luck with an injury last season, when a lot of people no longer believed in Nick," said his father and coach Mitja Kocevar. "Nick has now proven what he is really made of, because when you are so far down in nowhere, you have to have incredible strength not only to get up again, but to win again," the A-license trainer knows about them "Champion mentality" of his son.
Bad Endorf - With 18 gold, 16 silver and nine bronze medals, the regional athletes celebrated great successes at the Southeast Upper Bavarian Championships of the U16 youth and block all-round competitions for the U14 youth in Bad Endorf.
In the end, the most successful regional club was the hosting TSV Bad Endorf. In the youth W14, Johanna Mußner convinced as the new champion in the shot put with 10.46 meters. She earned three silver medals in the high jump with 1.45 meters, in the discus throw with 26.25 meters and in the javelin throw with 23.96 meters.
The title was secured in the W14 long jump Ronja Fürst with 4.86 meters. A double triumph landed in the youth M15 Marius Kirschner in the 100-meter sprint with 12.75 seconds and over 300 meters with 45.13 seconds. The three-time silver winner in the M15 youth group was Niklas Bantlin in the long jump (4.71 meters), in the 100-meter run (12.87 seconds) and in the pole vault (2.60 meters). Simon Zangl clearly prevailed in the M15 javelin throw with 31.05 meters and won bronze in the pole vault with 2.60 meters. In the youth M14, Jakob Ngom surprised with two championship titles in the pole vault with 2.50 meters and in the 800-meter race with 2: 37.63 minutes. Over 800 meters there was silver for Ellena Larson (W14 / 2: 42.46 minutes) and Jakob Mitterer (M14 / 2: 46.04 minutes).
Brian Kersten was superior in the block sprint / jump of the youth M13 with 2387 points. On his way to gold, he managed 10.16 seconds in the 75 meter run, 10.04 seconds over 60 meter hurdles, 4.76 meters in the long jump, 1.44 meters in the high jump and 25.97 meters in the javelin throw.
Bad Endorf - With 36 regional victories, the regional athletes shone at the 1st evening sports festival of TSV Bad Endorf in the stadium on Hans-Kögl-Straße.
Alone 27 wins went to the account of the host TSV Bad Endorf. Melina Deutscher won the women's javelin throw with 31.93 meters. Emily Teschner was on the top of the podium of the female youth U20 three times over 100 meters (13.25 seconds), 200 meters (27.23) and in the javelin throw (27.8 meters). The 4 x 100 meter relay of the female youth U16 was also first: Christina Scheck, Johanna Mußner, Ronja Fürst and Drew Guthrie ran 52.37 seconds. In the youth W15 the 100 meter victory went to Drew Guthrie (13.26 seconds) while in the youth W14 Johanna Mußner (100 meters / 13.92), Ellena Larson (800 meters / 2: 42.63) and Paulina Huy (pole vault / 2.20) were first. Amelie Gratz won the pole vault (1.80 meters) as well as the long jump (4.19) in youth W13. Dajanira Zentgraf won over 75 meters (11.33 seconds) and Bettina Heckl in the javelin throw (14.30). The daily best and thus the highest jump of the day was achieved in the men's pole vault by Kilian Schlemer with 3.80 meters. Constantin Leutloff achieved a double victory over 100 (11.92 seconds) and 400 meters (52.40) in the men. Moritz von Kuk achieved the fastest 100-meter time of the day: with 11.64 seconds, he won the male youth U20. In the youth M15, two victories went to Simon Zangl, in the pole vault with 2.50 meters and in the javelin throw with 29.73 meters. Jakob Mitterer ran over 800 meters of the youth M14 to win with 2: 37.10 minutes. A triple triumph landed in the youth M13 Brian Kersten on the 75-meter course with 10.14 seconds, in the pole vault with 2.60 meters and in the javelin throw with 33.42 meters. Lorenz Mitterer was the measure of all things in his four first places in youth M12: He was unbeatable over 75 meters (12.36 seconds), in the pole vault (1.60 meters), in the long jump (3.66) and in Javelin throw (25,10).
Friedberg - With a silver medal and five top places, the regional athletes proved themselves at the Bavarian all-around championships in Friedberg.
TSV Bad Endorf was the most successful regional club. The Bavarian runner-up was the heptathlon team of the female youth U16: Drew Guthrie, Johanna Mußner, Ronja Fürst and Christina Scheck collected 9502 points and in the end lost to the victorious LAC Quelle Fürth (9520 points). In the youth heptathlon W14, Johanna Mußner secured fourth place with 3204 points. She was missing 196 points for the DM standard of 3400 points. After a mixed first day of competition and 14th place, she showed her good form on the second day in the shot put with 10.22 meters, in the high jump with 1.49 meters and over 80 meter hurdles with 13.60 seconds.
Drew Guthrie celebrated her greatest success so far with the fifth place in the heptathlon classification of the youth W15 with 3244 points. With that she increased her personal record by an impressive 309 points. She sealed her top position with 12.96 seconds in the 100 meter sprint, 4.81 meters in the long jump, 13.94 seconds in the 80 meter hurdle sprint, 1.37 m in the high jump, 8.96 meters with the ball and 2:50 .04 minutes in the 800-meter race.
Ronja Fürst completed the team. With new personal bests in the long jump of 4.96 meters and high jump of 1.43 meters. With these achievements, she was also able to qualify for the Bavarian individual championships in Regensburg.
Brian Kersten, who was only 13 years old, started one age group higher in the youth group M14. Against the older competition in the nine fight, he secured fifth place with 4152 points. With 12.85 seconds in the 100 meter run, 13.06 seconds over 80 meter hurdles and 2.70 meters in the pole vault, he achieved his most valuable achievements.
Weinheim - He's faster than ever: athletics sprinter Nick Kocevar from TSV Bad Endorf recently met twice the limit for the U20 European Junior Championships in Boras, Sweden, at the national Chrono Classics meeting in Weinheim, Württemberg.
The Chrono Classics in Weinheim was the first official standard competition in the calendar of the German Athletics Association (DLV) for all young athletes who want to start at the European Championships in Sweden this year. "We were excited to see how Nick will start the 100-meter sprint season after his injury break last year," said his father and trainer Mitja Kocevar. "The performance parameters from the training were very good and promising, but it is only the beginning of the season and there is still a lot to be implemented before the season goal," said Kocevar.
The 18-year-old competed against 38 of the best young German sprinters in Weinheim and surprised the U20 youth with 10.52 seconds in the 100-meter run. He set a new personal record and also undercut the required norm of 10.60 seconds for the EM. The youngster named the use of his new sprint spikes as a little secret of his success: an exclusive model from the series of his role model Usain Bolt. "I was a bit skeptical about wearing previously unworn spikes for the first race of the season over 100 meters, but these shoes fit Nick like a glove," said his coach and father. In the final, Nick Kocevar went even further: with 10.44 seconds he secured third place - again with the best time and EM limit. Only the reigning German champion Luis Brandner from LAC Erfurt with 10.41 seconds and Elias Goer from the sprint team Wetzlar with 10.42 seconds were slightly faster. The famous icing on the cake was not long in coming, because Kocevar's time is also a new Upper Bavarian record. He erased the 13-year-old mark straight away - and the Bavarian record also shook tremendously. The Bad Endorfer missed this by only five hundredths of a second.
This year, three athletes are allowed to qualify for an individual start at the European Championships. For Kocevar this means that as a further recommendation he would have to be third at the latest at the junior gala in Mannheim with a further fulfillment of the standard time. Mitja Kocevar was delighted with his son's development: "It's just great how Nick reported back in his first competitions with records over 100 and 200 meters after his injury and the failed season last year."
At the southern Bavarian all-around championships in Eggenfelden there was a bronze medal for TSV Bad Endorf in the heptathlon team classification of the female youth U16: Johanna Mußner, Ronja Fürst and Diana Kaiser collected a good 9074 points and only missed second place by four points. Gold went to the host TV Eggenfelden with 9185 points. In the heptathlon individual ranking of the youth W14, Johanna Mußner was fourth with 3193 points and only missed bronze by 71 points. With 14.05 seconds in the 100-meter run, 4.49 meters in the long jump, 10.34 meters in the shot put, 1.39 meters in the high jump, 13.81 seconds over 80 meter hurdles, 26.99 meters in the javelin throw and 3 : 07.31 minutes in the 800 meter race, she performed consistently well. Her club mate Brian Kersten also came fourth in the M14 youth fight with 4019 points. He showed his best performances with 13.26 seconds over 80 meter hurdles and 2.60 meters in the pole vault.
Further results: Eggenfelden: Youth M15: nine fight: 6th Simon Zangl (TSV Bad Endorf). Youth W14: Heptathlon: 6th Ronja Fürst (TSV Bad Endorf).
The regional athletes proved themselves with a silver and a bronze medal at the Upper Bavarian block all-round championships for the U16 youth in Gilching. TSV Bad Endorf was the most successful regional club in these championships. Johanna Mußner presented herself in excellent condition in the block litter of the youth W14. With 2416 points, she was Upper Bavarian runner-up and at the same time met the limit for the German title fights of 2350 points. On her way to success, she managed 13.88 seconds in the 100 meter run, 13.51 seconds over 80 meter hurdles, 4.19 meters in the long jump, 10.79 meters in the shot put and 27.19 meters in the discus throw. The Endorf block all-around team also led her to fifth place in the female youth U16 with 10907 points: Together with Drew Guthrie, Ronja Fürst, Diana Kaiser and Christina Scheck she only missed bronze by 37 points. Brian Kersten secured bronze in the sprint / jump block of the youth M14 with 2294 points. He missed the norm for the Bavarian championships by only six points. With 27.12 meters in the javelin throw, 1.44 meters in the high jump, 4.42 meters in the long jump, 13.18 seconds over 80 meter hurdles and 13.45 seconds in the 100 meter race, he nevertheless showed stable performances. Marius Kirschner competed in his first block competition in the M 15 age group and came in a good sixth. His best performances were the 100 m in 12.66 seconds and the 2000 m run in 7:16 minutes. Jakob Mitterer also started for the first time in the block Lauf of the M 14. He finished 9th and ran the 2000 m in 7:49 minutes
Bad Endorf - Athlete Nick Kocevar from TSV Bad Endorf is already in excellent shape at this early open-air season.
In 2017, the sprinter celebrated the sensational success in the German national jersey, finishing fifth in the 100-meter run in the youth world championship. In the 2018 season, however, things did not go quite smoothly for the Endorfer and the entire course turned out to be a streak of bad luck and was terminated prematurely at the end of May. Pain in the left thigh and an alleged strain later turned out to be a torn muscle - and here too the diagnosis was wrong. “Worlds collapsed for us that Nick was always in pain,” said his father and trainer Mitja Kocevar. Nick Kocevar himself has long been in very good hands with his physiotherapist Alexander Kudrewitsch as well as the world-renowned chiropractor of Usain Bolt, Dr. Thomas von Mendelssohn. He finally arranged an examination with the former FC Bayern doctor Dr. Volker Braun and his team of doctors diagnosed a pinched nerve on the back that tensed the entire leg muscles.
A therapy of only two weeks made Nick Kocevar fit again very quickly - the 2018 season was still over.
The Endorf sprinter has been back since the winter months and as a Bavarian youth champion over 60 meters he already celebrated a success in the hall.
The 200-meter record came from Kelm
Almost two weeks ago, Nick Kocevar was already sensationally fast at the all-around sports festival in Bad Endorf, although he had just returned from a training camp from Slovenia: With a great 21.49 seconds, he sprinted to one with a light headwind and without an opponent new personal record, increased it by 22 hundredths of a second and now climbs to first place in the current German U20 youth list at this early point in the season. He is already qualified for the German championships and just knocked on the norm for the U20 European championships in Sweden of 21.30 seconds. On top of that, his 200 meter time meant a new Wendelstein circle record. With this he erased the almost 34-year-old record time of June 30, 1985 of the Wasserburgers Bernhard Kelm of 21.57 seconds.
A lot has happened in the past few months for father and trainer Mitja Kocevar too: After successfully completing his licenses as a B-trainer sprint and jump, the experienced coach has now risen to even higher levels. He recently obtained the license to become an A-trainer for competitive sports at DOSB and DLV in sprinting.
“This gives me a very high level of education that very few people in Bavaria have and knowledge that other athletes in our region could possibly use,” said Kocevar, who would be contemplating a position as assistant coach in football. "I would be very happy if one or the other club were interested".
Bad Endorf - The regional athletes opened the open-air season at the all-around sports festival in Bad Endorf with many successes and new bests.
At what is now the 20th edition of this meeting with eight clubs from Upper and Lower Bavaria, the achievements were impressive.
The Endorf young all-rounders stood at the top of the podium in their “house competition” 13 times. The most successful all-rounder of the day was in the youth W14 Johanna Mußner: She won the four-way fight with 1890 points as well as the heptathlon with 3263 points. On top of that, she immediately qualified for the Bavarian title fights in the heptathlon: She easily exceeded the norm of 2800 points by 463 points. Third-placed Ronja Fürst also qualified with 2957 points. The first was the heptathlon team of the female youth U16 with Johanna Mußner, Ronja Fürst and Drew Guthrie with 9155 points. The four-way team won with 8,493 points and was additionally reinforced by Nina Dück and Diana Kaiser. Dajanira Zentgraf took first place in the W11 youth fourfight with 1370 points. At the same time, she led the four-way team of the female youth U14 to victory: Together with Leni Maierl, Lena Fürst, Bettina Heckl and Selma Zentgraf, she scored 6119 points.
First place in the men's decathlon went to Constantin Leutloff with 4103 points. He showed his best performances in the 400-meter run with 53.58 seconds and in the javelin throw with 38.96 meters.
Lorenz Mitterer (1262 points) was victorious in the youth fourfight, as was Brian Kersten (M13), who clearly won the four and nine fights with 1647 points and 3684 points. In the youth M15, Simon Zangl had a four point lead over the competition with 3770 points in his triumph in the nine fight. The four-way team of the male youth U16 also came in first: Niklas Bantlin, Simon Zangl, Brian Kersten, Jakob Ngom and Jakob Mitterer collected 7513 points. With 11,151 points, the nine-fight trio with Simon Zangl, Niklas Bantlin and Brian Kersten also took first place. Moritz von Kuk won the U20 youth insert run over 100 meters with 11.67 seconds.
Further results: Youth M15: four-way fight: 2nd Niklas Bantlin (Bad Endorf) 1673; 3. Simon Zangl (Bad Endorf) 1672; Neunkampf: 3rd Niklas Bantlin 3697; Youth M14: four-way fight: 2nd Jakob Ngom (Bad Endorf) 1465; 3. Jakob Mitterer (Bad Endorf) 1056; Neunkampf: 2. Jakob Ngom 3510; Youth W12: Four Fight: 3rd Bettina Heckl (Bad Endorf) 1180; Youth W11: four-way fight: 2nd Leni Maierl (Bad Endorf) 1300; 3. Lena Fürst (Bad Endorf) 1265; Youth W15: four-way fight: 2nd Drew Guthrie (Bad Endorf) 1818; Heptathlon: 2nd Drew Guthrie 2935; Youth W14: four-way fight: 3rd Ronja Fürst (Bad Endorf) 1744; Female youth U16: heptathlon team: 2. TSV Bad Endorf II (Diana Kaiser, Christina Scheck, Nina Dück) 7688.
Bad Endorf - With ten gold, five silver and six bronze medals, the regional athletes shone at the Wendelstein indoor district championships for the U14 youth.
In his own sports hall, Brian Kersten from TSV Bad Endorf was the most successful regional athlete as a four-time Wendelstein district champion in the youth M13. The twelve-year-old won gold in the 30-meter run with 5.23 seconds and over 30-meter hurdles with 6.05 seconds. Superior he won the title in the high jump with a lead of 1.52 meters and 21 centimeters. He could not be beaten in the shot put with 9.98 meters.
In the M 12 youth group, Raphael Huber won bronze in the 30 meter hurdles sprint, his club mate Lorenz Mitterer also won bronze in the shot put with 6.80 meters.
In the open competitions outside the championship, there were nine regional winners. TSV Bad Endorf collected four first places here. In the youth class W11, Dajanira Zentgraf won the 30-meter run with 5.62 seconds and the high jump with 1.27 meters. The first in the youth class was W10 Carolina Hammer over 30 meters with 5.84 seconds and in the high jump with 1.10 meters.
Further results: Wendelstein District Championships: Youth M13: 5-jump: 2nd Brian Kersten
Open competitions: Youth W11: high jump: 2nd Leni Maierl (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.21; Stand long jump: 2nd Leni Maierl 1.87; Youth W10: 30 meters: 3rd Sophie Garza (TSV Bad Endorf) 6.08; 30 meter hurdles: 2nd Sophie Garza 7.01; 3. Carolina Hammer (TSV Bad Endorf) 7.12; High jump 3rd Sophie Garza 1.00; Stand long jump: 2nd Carolina Hammer 1.55 meters
TSV Bad Endorf returned home with two gold medals: Emily Teschner won the coveted Bayern title in the 60-meter hurdle run. She fought her way over the 84 centimeter high obstacles to a strong 9.16 seconds and was the first to cross the finish line just ahead of Anna Hofmann from TV Bad Kötzting (2./9.23 seconds). She was ungrateful fourth with her 4 x 200 meter relay: Together with Drew Guthrie, Michaela Gegenfurtner and Carina Ostermann, she reached the goal after 1: 49.23 minutes and missed bronze by just 53 hundredths of a second.
Nick Kocevar returned to competitive athletics after almost a year off injuries. Already in the pre-run over 60 meters of the youth U20 he surprised with the fastest time of 6.91 seconds. In the final, he showed his skills again, sprinted hard and promptly became the new Bavarian champion with 6.94 seconds. The 18-year-old had to share his title with the simultaneous - and inseparable in the finish photo - southern Germany title holder over 200 meters, Florian Knerlein from the LG Stadtwerke Munich. Bronze went to Michael Gabel from LG LKr Aschaffenburg with 6.97 seconds. Nick Kocevar is now firmly qualified for the German championships, especially since he clearly undercut the norm of 7.15 seconds.
Despite a new personal best, Moritz von Kuk had to settle for fourth place in the long jump final of the youth U20. With 6.64 meters he missed bronze in the strong competition by 22 centimeters.
Female youth U20: Long jump: 10th Michaela Gegenfurtner (TSV Bad Endorf) 4.91;
Youth W15: 60 meters: B final: 7th Drew Guthrie (TSV Bad Endorf) 8.35; Shot put: 7. Johanna Mußner (TSV Bad Endorf) 10.40 meters
Munich. - The regional athletes shone at the southern Bavarian indoor championships of the U20 and U16 youth in Munich with six gold, five silver and five bronze medals.
The best young athletes from Upper Bavaria, Swabia and Lower Bavaria determined their new South Bavaria title holders in the Werner-von-Linde-Halle in Munich.
The figurehead for TSV Bad Endorf was Emily Teschner: She conquered the Südbayern title over 60 meter hurdles in the youth U20: With 9.27 seconds she prevailed against Anja Stephan from TV Hauzenberg (9.34 seconds). Second place went to the 4x200 meter relay: Drew Guthrie, Emily Teschner, Franziska Schießl and Michaela Gegenfurtner scored 1: 50.16 minutes behind LG Würm Athletik (1: 47.32 minutes). The silver place was booked in the W14 shot put final by Johanna Mußner with 10.05 meters, with 68 centimeters separating them from the gold. Completely unexpectedly, Drew Guthrie secured bronze in the W15 long jump with 4.84 meters. Moritz von Kuk had the best overview in the long jump final of the youth U20: At 6.42 meters he was the South Bavarian champion and won with just one centimeter ahead of Jonathan Scheffel from TSV Mühldorf. He was fifth in the 60-meter final with 7.50 seconds (intermediate run: 7.29 seconds). In the M15 pole vault, Simon Zangl shone with bronze and 2.40 meters.
Further results: High jump: 7th Simon Zangl (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.50; Long jump: 6th Niklas Bantlin (TSV Bad Endorf) 5.11; Youth M14: 60 meter hurdles: 6th Brian Kersten (TSV Bad Endorf) 10.56; High jump: 6th Brian Kersten (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.45 meters; Long jump: 6th Brian Kersten 4.73 meters; Female youth U20: high jump: 6th Michaela Gegenfurtner (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.50 meters; Long jump: 5th Michaela Gegenfurtner 5.09 meters; Shot put: 7th Emily Teschner (TSV Bad Endorf) 9.51 meters; 8. Franziska Schießl (TSV Bad Endorf) 8.96 meters; Youth W14: high jump: 6th Johanna Mußner 1.46 meters (TSV Bad Endorf)
152 pupils between the ages of six and eleven from the elementary schools in Bad Endorf, Söchtenau, Halfing, Höslwang, Prutting, Eggstätt and Breitbrunn took part in the indoor athletics festival of the athletics department of TSV Bad Endorf. The program included a 30 m run, high long jump and medicine ball throw. In addition to the numerous children who were zealously involved, special thanks go to the responsible teachers in the primary schools, without whom the event would not be possible. In addition to the numerous children who were zealously involved, special thanks go to the teachers in charge of the Bad Endorf, Söchtenau, Halfing, Höslwang schools and the sponsors: Sparkasse Bad Endorf, as well as the Togu company, Profi Eder Bad Endorf and Stephan Helma from EDEKA Helma.
Here are the best in each year:
Alon Rrahmoni born in 2012 at the Bad Endorf School
Jan Braun born in 2011 at the Bad Endorf School
Kilian Volkwein born 2010 in Bad Endorf School
Jeremia Ostermann born in 2009 at the Söchtenau school
Lucas Becker born in 2008 at the Söchtenau school
Florian Guggenberger born in 2007 School Halfing
Christina Reiheis born in 2012 at the Prutting school
Sahra Sprengel born in 2011 at the Prutting school
Nadin Angermann born in 2010 at Breitbrunn School
Sophie Garza born in 2009 at the Bad Endorf School
Dajanira Zentgraf born in 2008 at the Vogtareuth School
Laura Best Class 2007 High School Prien
Bad Endorf athletes win 9 medals
The Bad Endorf athletes returned from the Upper Bavarian Championships in Schongau extremely successfully. With excellent
270 participants took part in this event.
The most successful athlete in the M 12 age group was Kersten Brian from TSV Bad Endorf. In five disciplines he won five medals. In the high jump he jumped 1.40 meters and only had to admit defeat to Arno Mayer from SV Piding also 1.40 meters and Jan Kleine from Stadtwerke München with 1.43 meters. He won a silver medal over the 60 meter hurdles in a new best time of 10.28 seconds. He also took second place in the shot put with 9; 05 meters. There were only two inches missing from victory. Another silver medal was the javelin throw with 29.10 meters. The pole vault concluded. In which he reached 3rd place with skipped 2; 20 meters. Because of his achievements, he was nominated for the Upper Bavarian junior squad after the event.
Johanna Mußner started in her special disciplines javelin, ball and discus throwing.
Weakened by a cold, she was only able to build on her performance of the season to a limited extent. Nevertheless, she won the discus throw with 26.82 meters and a silver medial in the shot put.
Paulina Huy ran a courageous race in her first 2000 meter race and was rewarded with a silver medal. Surprisingly, she also won a silver medal in the pole vault with 2.10 meters.
Diana Kaiser narrowly missed a medal in the discus throw. She finished fourth with a good 24.51 meters.
Jakob Ngom sprinted sixth over the 60 meter hurdles in the M 13 age group.
Ronja Fürst also achieved a sixth place with 4.47 meters in the long jump.
Waldkraiburg: There are still no Bavarian championships for the 12- and 13-year-old junior athletes under 14. Therefore, these district championships were also the highest title fights for this age group.
TSV Bad Endorf was the most successful regional club. Johanna Mußner surprised as the new Upper Bavaria champion. With 2382 points she won clearly ahead of Corinna Montermann from TSV Ottobrunn with 2215 points. On her way to gold, the 13-year-old managed 10.60 seconds in the 75-meter run, 10.09 seconds over 60-meter hurdles, 4.29 meters in the long jump, 9.80 meters in the shot put and 22.92 meters in the discus throw . Paulina Huy was a good sixth in the W13 block race with 2078 points. She performed well over the 60 meter hurdles in 11.08 seconds and over 800 meters in a new best time of 2:42 minutes. Ronja Fürst also competed well, setting new records in the 60 meter hurdles sprint and in the long jump with 4.39 meters. The block all-round team of the female youth U14 led the three athletes together with Elisabeth Keller and Diana Kaiser to fourth place with 10512 points and narrowed bronze by 23 points.
Further results: Youth M13: Block Sprint / Jump: 9. Jakob Ngom (TSV Bad Endorf) 1896
At the open school sports festival in Zorneding near Ebersberg, TSV Bad Endorf was particularly successful at the start. Brian Kersten celebrated victory in the four-way battle of the M12 youth with 1646 points: On his way to triumph, he relegated Jan Kleine from the LG Stadtwerke München to second place with 1559 points. In addition to 10.56 seconds in the 75-meter run, he posted 4.26 meters in the long jump, 1.40 meters in the high jump and 39.50 meters in the ball throw. Simon Zangl also put himself in the limelight as second in the four-way competition of the youth M14 with 1628 points: The actual pole vault specialist achieved his best performance above all in the high jump with 1.48 meters. Dajanira Zentgraf worked her way up to third place in the W10 youth triathlon with 1084 points: She underlined her good form with 7.99 seconds in the 50-meter run, 3.89 meters in the long jump and 19.00 meters in the ball throw. At the same time, she led her three-way team of the female youth U12 to third place: Together with Bettina Heckl, Carolina Hammer, Lena Fürst and Sophie Garza, she collected 4860 points and landed behind TSV Vaterstetten (5161 points) and TSV 1860 Munich ( 5049).
The Endorf athletes presented themselves with a bronze medal and five top places at the Bavarian all-around championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
The TSV Bad Endorf was this time the most successful regional club in these championships. In the decathlon of the male youth U20, Kilian Schlemer surprised with the bronze medal and 4229 points. In the end, as expected, he lost to the favored Jonas Kell from TSV Schwabmünchen with 5653 points and Samuel Vogl from SWC Regensburg (5109 points). On Saturday he worked his way up to fifth in the pentathlon classification with 2519 points after 12.52 seconds in the 100-meter sprint, 5.58 meters in the long jump, 10.06 meters in the shot put, 1.67 meters in the high jump and 58.65 seconds in the 400-meter run. On Sunday he completed the decathlon with 17.46 seconds over 110 meter hurdles, 23.52 meters in the discus throw, 35.28 meters in the javelin throw and 5: 25.90 minutes in the 1500 meter run.
The most powerful Endorf woman this time was Emily Teschner: In the four-way fight of the female youth U18, she secured fifth place with 2894 points: She posted four new best performances of 14.95 seconds over 100 meter hurdles, 1.57 meters in the high jump, 10.22 meters in the shot put and 12.82 seconds in the 100-meter run. In the heptathlon she finally slipped to seventh place on Sunday and, with 4482 points, only missed the desired DM norm by 18 points. In addition to 5.07 meters in the long jump, she achieved 30.06 meters in the javelin throw and 2: 43.62 minutes in the final 800-meter race. Jakob Plank was sixth in the decathlon of the male youth U18 with 4877 points: His favorite disciplines here were the shot put with 14.45 meters and the javelin with 40.64 meters and the pole vault with 3.30 meters.
Johanna Mußner delivered an outstanding all-round competition in the W 14 age group. The 13 year old achieved four new individual best performances. In the 80 meter hurdle sprint 13.36 seconds, in the high jump 1.40 meters, with the 3 kg ball 10.13 meters and in the javelin throw 27.81 meters. Before the final 800 meter run, she still held 8th place, but then had to let two colleagues pass her and in the end came in a very good tenth.
Paula Zeidler was unlucky in the same age group. After a very good first day with top performance in the 80 meter hurdle sprint in 12.78 seconds and in the javelin throw with 31.69 meters, she started fifth on the second day. Three failed attempts at the starting height in the high jump unfortunately ruined her good chances of winning a medal.
In his second 9 - fight, Niklas Bantlin achieved a good 8th place in the M 14. He was able to convince over 100 meters in 13.36 seconds, over 80 meter hurdles in 13.63 seconds and in the pole vault with 2.30 meters.
Regensburg Bavarian Championship: After a long break from competition, Irmingard Hennes from TSV Bad Endorf once again went to a championship - and remains unbeaten in Bavaria. In the women's W60, she delivered three superior ideas of her skills and crowned her stakes with triple gold. The 59-year-old was the new Bavarian champion in the 80-meter hurdle sprint with 15.54 seconds. Her performance in the high jump was also superior: At 1.36 meters, she won the title with a gap of 25 centimeters from second. In the shot put, she went one better: with 9.02 meters she was also a clear champion.
Mönchengladbach German Championship: The only starter for TSV Bad Endorf in these championships was Irmingard Hennes - and she presented herself in convincing shape in the women’s W60 in two disciplines.
The 59-year-old sprinted into the elite in the 80-meter hurdles: With a remarkable 15.06 seconds, she increased her personal best by an impressive 48 hundredths of a second and finally became the new German vice-champion. Over the 67 centimeter high obstacles she had to admit defeat to the highly preferred Wiebke Baseda from SV Grün-Weiss Harburg with 14.06 seconds.
The decision in the high jump was extremely tight for the experienced Endorf woman: With an excellent 1.35 meters, she also secured the German runner-up championship here. However, she achieved the same performance as the victorious Ute Böggemann from Düsseldorfer TV (1./1.35 meters). However, Hennes had more failed attempts in her competition and "slipped" to the silver spot, which in the tight competition also went to Elisabeth Wisniewski from LG Rodgau (2./1.35 meters).
For TSV Bad Endorf, Jakob Plank surprised in the shot put final of the U18 youth with 14.85 meters and bronze. Dominik Idzan was first with 16.51 meters ahead of Alexander Schaller with 16.22 meters, both from Stadtwerke München. Jakob Plank achieved sixth place in the discus throw with 37.62 meters. In the U20 pole vault, Kilian Schlemer also won bronze with 3.75 meters. In front of him were Oliver Naß from TV 1860 Gunzenhausen and Leonhard Neuhoff from TSV Wasserburg.
This time, six medals went to the account of TSV Bad Endorf: In the male youth U20, Moritz von Kuk surprised as Oberbayern champion in the 400-meter run. With 54.71 seconds he set a new personal best and relegated Finn Arne Pelzer from TSV Vaterstetten to the silver place with 56.29 seconds. In the long jump final, he also shone with a top place: with 6.30 meters, he set a new "house record" and was rewarded with bronze. In the U20 youth pole vault, Kilian Schlemer crossed 3.70 meters: he came close to his personal record and won bronze. Simon Zangl showed his strengths in the M14 youth pole vault: With 2.60 meters he was runner-up. Johanna Mußner confirmed her talent in the throwing disciplines of the youth W14: As runner-up in the discus final, she managed 23.42 meters and took bronze with 9.05 meters in the shot put.
Further results: Female youth W14: 100 meters: 7th Paula Zeidler (TSV Bad Endorf) 13.62; 80 meter hurdles: 7th Paula Zeidler 12.99; High jump: 8th Luana Stick (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.35; Javelin Throw: 6. Luana Stick 24.42; Male youth M14: high jump: 8th Simon Zangl (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.45; Long jump: 7th Nik las Bantlin (TSV Bad Endorf) 4.60; Javelin throw: 8th Simon Zangl 27.31 meters.
The most successful athlete for TSV Bad Endorf was Moritz von Kuk: The actual U20 youth proved himself in the men's long jump as the new runner-up with his new personal record of 6.23 meters. He achieved a 7th place in the final over 100 meters with a new best time in 11.51 seconds. Michaela Gegenfurtner was fourth in the U18 long jump: With a new personal best of 5.25 meters, she was only three centimeters behind the bronze winner. Also in the high jump, 1.49 meters meant fourth place.
TSV Bad Endorf sent its young all-rounders to Traunreut. In the block all-round sprint / jump of the youth M12, Brian Kersten celebrated the superior victory with his new record of 2246 points ahead of Arno Mayer from ASV Piding (1957). On his way to triumph, he posted five new personal bests with 10.82 seconds over 60 meter hurdles, 10.87 seconds in the 75 meter run, 4.38 meters in the long jump, 1.50 meters in the high jump and 27.92 Meters in the javelin throw. With this performance he is currently in first place in Bavaria in the sprint / jump block all-round competition of the youth W13, Johanna Mußner shone with second place and 2332 points. In the end, she was only 43 points short of the victorious Theresa Wasmeier from TuS 1860 Pfarrkirchen (2375). In addition to an excellent 10.57 seconds over 60 meter hurdles, she managed 10.80 seconds in the 75 meter race, 1.34 meters in the high jump, 26.05 meters in the javelin throw and 4.51 meters in the long jump. Sixth was Ronja Fürst with 2120 points.
Feldkirchen-Westerham - The athletics department of TV Feldkirchen was the organizer of these championships, where the opening of the track on the school sports field for the youngest offspring was held again this year.
This time there were seven medals for TSV Bad Endorf. In the youth W13, Johanna Mußner was three times runner-up in the discus throw with 23.37 meters, in the shot put with 8.59 meters and in the javelin throw with 28.53 meters. Only over 60 meter hurdles she had to be content with bronze and 10.92 seconds. Robin Löw worked his way up to silver in the M13 discus throw with 20.04 meters. He earned two bronze places in the shot put with 7.71 meters and in the javelin throw with 23.64 meters. In the open competitions of the youth M11, Raphael Huber sprinted to second place over 50 meter hurdles with 9.82 seconds. Third was the three-way team of the female youth U12: Dajanira Zentgraf, Emily Ascher, Laura Emmerling, Bettina Heckl and Sophie Garza scored 4824 points.
Further results: Southeast Upper Bavarian Championships: Female youth U14: 4 x 75 meters: 5th TSV Bad Endorf (Keller, Kaiser, Fürst, Mußner) 43.06; High jump: 4th Elisabeth Keller (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.35; Long jump: 5th Ronja Fürst (TSV Bad Endorf) 4.18; Discus throw: 4th Diana Kaiser (TSV Bad Endorf) 17.36; 5. Lena Müller (TSV 1860 Rosenheim) 17.31; Javelin throw: 5th Emilia Bayer (TuS Bad Aibling) 20.33; Youth W12: 6th Amelie Gratz (TSV Bad Endorf) 1.20; Long jump: 6th Amelie Gratz 4.00; Shot put: 4. Bettina Heckl (TSV Bad Endorf) 5.40; Youth M13: 60 meter hurdles: 6th Jakob Ngom (TSV Bad Endorf) 11.95;
Open competitions: female youth U12: youth W10: 50 meters hurdles: 6th Lena Fürst (TSV Bad Endorf) 10.21; Three-way battle: 6th Dajanira Zentgraf (TSV Bad Endorf) 985; Youth M11: Three-way battle: 5th Lorenz Mitterer (TSV Bad Endorf) 919.
In the stadium on Hans-Kögl-Straße, the athletics department of TSV Bad Endorf once again organized a perfect kick-off sports festival for the all-rounders from eleven participating clubs, which has now been held for the 19th time. The warm summer conditions put the famous icing on the cake with the heat record at this meeting, which went down in history with freezing temperatures last year. The most prominent athlete this time was Johanna Siebler from Wuerttemberg from LC Überlingen: The U18 runner-up in the heptathlon last year and sixth at the European Championship in 2016 won the four-way fight in the U20 youth team with 3134 points and the heptathlon with 5186 points.
The host TSV Bad Endorf showed itself to be diverse in the different age groups this time and landed a proud 13 victories at home. The victory in the heptathlon team classification of the female youth U18 went to TSV Bad Endorf: Emily Teschner, Michaela Gegenfurtner and Franziska Schießl scored a good 10,978 points. The “queen of athletes” in the U18 youth was Emily Teschner, who clearly won both all-around competitions: On Saturday she took first place in the four-way fight with 2,676 points and finished her heptathlon with a strong 4092 points. She qualified for the Bavarian championship straight away. In all her tasks she shone with good results over 100 meter hurdles with 15.47 seconds, in the high jump with 1.50 meters, in the shot put with 10.40 meters, in the 100 meter sprint with 13.30 seconds, in the long jump 4.63 meters, in the javelin throw with 28.12 meters and in the 800 meter race with 2: 45.29 minutes.
Bettina Heckl won the W11 youth four-way battle with 1057 points. First place in the U16 female youth went to the Endorf four-way team with 8721 points: Paula Zeidler, Luana Stick, Johanna Mußner, Carina Ostermann and Marietta Strati were the top performers here. In the youth W13, Johanna Mußner clearly prevailed in the four-way fight with 1797 points and underlined her good form with 4.15 meters in the long jump and 9.11 meters in the shot put. In the male youth U20, Kilian Schlemer was the "King of the Athletes" with his victory in the decathlon with 4811 points and thus almost exactly met the norm for the "Bavarian" of 4800 points. He showed his best performance over 110 meter hurdles with 17.40 seconds and in the pole vault with 3.60 meters. On the first day his training partner Moritz von Kuk won the U20 pentathlon with 2,669 points and shone above all in the long jump with 5.95 meters and 55.45 seconds over 400 meters. Jakob Plank had the competition firmly under control in the male U18 youth: With 2594 points, he earned first place in the pentathlon and also climbed the decathlon throne with 4840 points. So he can now also start in the Bavarian title fights. The strong athlete convinced at his start of the season with 14.68 meters in the shot put and 34.96 meters in the discus throw.
The four-way team of the male youth U14 was at the top of the podium: Brian Kersten, Jakob Ngom, Robin Löw, Raphael Huber and Felix Löw collected 6612 points. In the four-way battle of the M12 youth team, Brian Kersten prevailed with 1550 points: On his way to success, he scored 11.51 seconds in the 75-meter run, 4.66 meters in the long jump, 1.38 meters in the high jump and 33.50 meters in the ball throw. Raphael Huber was first in the M11 four-way fight with 1248 points and impressed with 11.90 seconds in the 75 meter sprint and 1.20 meters in the high jump.
Further results: Male youth U20: pentathlon: 2nd Kilian Schlemer (TSV Bad Endorf) 2560; Female youth U18: four-way fight: 3rd Michaela Gegenfurtner (TSV Bad Endorf) 2342; 4. Franziska Schießl (TSV Bad Endorf) 2160; Heptathlon: 3rd Michaela Gegenfurtner 3519; 4. Franziska Schiessl 3367; Youth M13: four-way fight: 2nd Jakob Ngom (TSV Bad Endorf) 1367; 3. Robin Loew (TSV Bad Endorf) 1335; Youth M11: four-way fight: 2nd Felix Löw (TSV Bad Endorf) 1112; 3. Lorenz Mitterer (TSV Bad Endorf) 1108; Youth M14: four-way fight: 2nd Niklas Bantlin (TSV Bad Endorf) 1675; Neunkampf: 2. Niklas Bantlin 3630; Youth W13: four-way fight: 3rd Ronja Fürst (TSV Bad Endorf) 1640; 6. Diana Kaiser (TSV Bad Endorf) 1461; 7. Elisabeth Keller (TSV Bad Endorf) 1416; Heptathlon: 2nd Johanna Mußner (TSV Bad Endorf) 3014; Youth W15: four-way fight: 2nd Carina Ostermann (TSV Bad Endorf) 1756; Heptathlon: 2nd Carina Ostermann (TSV Bad Endorf) 2968; Youth W14: four-way fight: 3rd Paula Zeidler (TSV Bad Endorf) 1857; 4. Luana Stick (TSV Bad Endorf) 1826; 7. Marietta Strati (TSV Bad Endorf) 1485; Heptathlon: 3rd Paula Zeidler 3260; 4. Luana Stick (TSV Bad Endorf) 3161; Female youth U16: heptathlon team: 2nd TSV Bad Endorf (Paula Zeidler, Luana Stick, Johanna Mußner) 9435.
Johanna Siebler from LC Überlingen starts at the 19th Bad Endorf all-around event (April 21/22, 2018). She won the silver medal in the 7th fight at the U18 World Championships in Nairobi last year. won and of course was Germany's best all-rounder in 2017 in the age group U 18. We hope that the weather will play along. Then you will certainly achieve excellent performance. Maybe one or the other viewer gets lost. We would be particularly pleased.
The event begins on Saturday 1:00 p.m. and Sunday 11:00 a.m. at the popular sports facility on Hans Kögl Str.
22 athletes, 4 coaches, 6 cars, a lot of motivation, sun and food. So we started Endorf athletes on March 24th. to this year's training camp in Lana (South Tyrol). Motivation was somewhat affected by sore muscles over the course of the week. Now we at least know where you can have muscles everywhere, but nonetheless, the joy of training remained with all participants. Especially after the stay in the Meraner Therme on Wednesday everyone was fit again. At lunchtime, the Restaurant Tennis Gerhard provided fresh energy every day with a three-course menu, after which, thanks to the big boys, nothing was left for the little athletes either.
The weather contributed to the perfect training conditions, as it was cooler than last year due to the early start of the holiday. Not only did the athletes work up a sweat, but also the trainers, above all Rolf Jacob, to pass on the jumping, throwing and running techniques to the many different young people. Many thanks to our trainers for this achievement and that enable a successful training camp in 2018.
As in previous years, the athletics department of TSV Bad Endorf organized these championship championships in a very exemplary manner in the gym at the popular sports facility. As the icing on the cake, this time even the in-house offspring formed the most successful regional delegation.
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