Elke Schall-Wosik

Biographical information

TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
SexFemale
Full nameElke•Schall-Wosik (-Süß)
Used nameElke•Schall-Wosik
Born19 July 1973 in Speyer, Rheinland-Pfalz (GER)
Measurements180 cm / 68 kg
AffiliationsTSG Dülmen / Bayer Uerdingen / SV Winterwerb / TV Busenbach
NOC Germany

Biography

Elke Schall-Wosik was a table tennis player who represented Germany at five consecutive Olympic Games from 1992-2008. Unfortunately, she never won a medal. Schall-Wosik was more successful at European Championships, however, winning team gold, and doubles gold with Nicole Struse, in 1996 and 1998. In 2000 and 2002 she added two more team silvers and three bronze medals (singles in 2000, doubles and team in 2007).

In 1992, Schall-Wosik won team bronze at the World Championships. She also won six German national titles in the mixed doubles and in 2009, in the singles. In 1998 and 2000, she added two more national doubles titles. In total, she won 187 international caps.

Schall-Wosik was married to teammate Torben Wosik from 2001-08 and then married another former teammate, Christian Süß, in 2012. After her active career she turned to coaching and became regional chief coach in Hessia.

Results

Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1992 Summer Olympics Table Tennis GER Elke Schall
Singles, Women (Olympic) =33
Doubles, Women (Olympic) Nicole Struse =9
1996 Summer Olympics Table Tennis GER Elke Schall
Doubles, Women (Olympic) Nicole Struse =9
2000 Summer Olympics Table Tennis GER Elke Schall
Doubles, Women (Olympic) Nicole Struse =9
2004 Summer Olympics Table Tennis GER Elke Wosik
Singles, Women (Olympic) =17
Doubles, Women (Olympic) Nicole Struse =17
2008 Summer Olympics Table Tennis GER Elke Schall
Singles, Women (Olympic) =33
Team, Women (Olympic) Germany =9

Olympic family relations