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Witt, Katarina, 1965-

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Personal name headingWitt, Katarina, 1965-
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Variant(s)Witt, Kati, 1965-
Vitt, Katarina, 1965-
Вит, Катарина, 1965-
Vit, Katarina, 1965-
Wittová, Katarina, 1965-
ויט, קטרינה, 1965-
Ṿiṭ, Ḳaṭrinah, 1965-
Witt, Catharina, 1965-
Vita, Katarīna, 1965-
カタリナ・ヴィット, 1965-
ヴィット, カタリナ, 1965-
Vitto, Katarina, 1965-
Витт, Катарина, 1965-
卡特琳娜·维特, 1965-
维特, 卡特琳娜, 1965-
Weite, Katelinna, 1965-
Associated countryGermany (East) Germany
Birth date1965-12-03
Place of birthStaaken (Berlin, Germany)
Field of activityFigure skating
AffiliationOlympic Winter Games (14th : 1984 : Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina) Olympic Winter Games (15th : 1988 : Calgary, Alta.) Olympic Winter Games (17th : 1994 : Lillehammer, Norway)
Profession or occupationFigure skaters Olympic athletes
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHeimo, B. Katarina Witt, c1988: p. 23 (b. 12/3/1965 in Staaken b. Berlin; figure skater)
Wikipedia, November 29, 2014 (Katarina Witt (born 3 December 1965); German figure skater. In Germany, she was commonly called "Kati" in the past; Witt won two Olympic gold medals for East Germany, first at the 1984 Sarajevo Olympics and the second in 1988 at the Calgary Olympics. She is a four-time World champion (1984, 1985, 1987, 1988) and twice World silver medalist (1982, 1986). A feat only equalled by Sonja Henie among female skaters, Witt won six consecutive European Championships (1983-1988); Country represented: East Germany (1977-1988), Germany (1994); qualified for 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, where she finished 7th; born in Staaken in East Germany, just outside of West Berlin, which is today part of Berlin) Azerbaijani page (Katarina Vitt [in roman]) Bulgarian page (Катарина Вит = Katarina Vit) Czech page (Katarina Wittová) Hebrew page (קטרינה ויט = Ḳaṭrinah Ṿiṭ) Latin page (Catharina Witt) Latvian page (Katarīna Vita) Japanese page (カタリナ・ヴィット = Katarina Vitto) Russian page (Витт, Катарина = Vitt, Katarina) Chinese page (卡特琳娜·维特 = Katelinna Weite)
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