Christiane Jentsch (born July 13, 1961; in marriage was known as Christiane Scheibel) is a former German curler.
|Born||July 13, 1961|
|Curling club||CC Füssen,|
|2 (1991, 1992)|
She won a gold medal at the 1992 Winter Olympics when curling was a demonstration sport and also won the 1991 European Curling Championship.
She was skip of women's team of Curling Club Füssen in 1980-1984 and 1994-2001. In seasons 1985/1986 and 1991/1992 she played in Andrea Schöpp's team out of SC Riessersee (Garmisch-Partenkirchen).
Christiane Jentsch retired from competitive curling in 2002.
|1984–85||Andrea Schöpp||Monika Wagner||Christiane Jentsch||Elinore Schöpp||WCC 1985 (5th)|
|1991–92||Andrea Schöpp||Stephanie Mayr||Monika Wagner||Sabine Huth||Christiane Scheibel (OG)||ECC 1991 |
OG 1992 (demo)
|1992–93||Andrea Schöpp||Monika Wagner||Stephanie Mayr||Christiane Scheibel||ECC 1992 |
- Curling Club Füssen(in German)
- Curling - Deutsche Meisterschaften(in German)
- Official Report 1992W page 630 - Olympic Official Reports Collection
- "Präzisionskünstler auf dem Eis - Team Deutschland" (in German). November 24, 2016. Archived from the original on July 26, 2019. Retrieved July 26, 2019.
- Christiane Jentsch on the World Curling Federation database
- Christiane Scheibel on the World Curling Federation database
- Christiane Jentsch at the International Olympic Committee
- CYRUS MAKOWSKI · Lawyers · Hamburg · Berlin | Dr. Christiane Jentsch
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