Committee's offices

Managing director Frank Ebel (right) with Lisa Worthmann, Sara Huseinovic and Dieter Kirkamm
Managing director Frank Ebel (right) with Lisa Worthmann, Sara Huseinovic and Dieter Kirkamm

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The organising committee of the European Championships 2011

The preparations for the European Championships 2011 have started with the constituent meeting of the organising committe (OC) on March 11th, 2010 in Berlin.

Learn more about the OC-members here!

 

The president of the organising committee of the artistic gymnastics European Championships 2011 is the president of the German Gymnastics Federation, Rainer Brechtken. The vice-president is Martin Hartmann from the Berlin Gymnastics Federation. Further members of the organising committee are Sylvio Kroll, member of the UEG executive committee, Thomas Härtel, state secretary for sports in Berlin, Klaus Böger, president of the Berlin Sports Federation, Rosemarie Napp, vice-president for Olympic sports in the German Gymnastics Federation and Heinz-Joachim Güllüg, vice-president for finances and administration in the German Gymnastics Federation.

The functional realisation of the organisation for the European Championships is taken over by the control group with the following persons: Hans-Peter Wullenweber, general secretary of the German Gymnastics Federation, Uschi Schmitz, managing director of the DTB Service GmbH, Jens-Uwe Kunze, managing director of the Berlin Gymnastics Federation as well as Frank Ebel, managing director of the organising committee.

The local organising committee can be reached here.

The board of trustees of the European Championships

Berlin's major Klaus Wowereit is the president of the board of trustees for the artistic gymnastics European Championships 2011 in Berlin. He leads the board which includes members of politics, economy, media and culture. Their goal is to find partners and support in various areas for the European Championships in Germany's capital. Among the members of the board are Berlin's former world-class gymnasts, Prof. Dr. Karin Büttner-Janz, two-time Olympic Champion in 1972 and Katja Abel, bronze medallist on vault at the 2006 European Championships.