Ina Justh

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Ina Justh (born December 19, 1969 in Großenhain ) is a former rowing woman from the German Democratic Republic who rowed in the German national team from 1991.


Ina Justh started in the GDR for the SC Einheit Dresden . At the Junior World Championships in 1987, she and her sister Liane Justh won in two without a helmsman . 1,989 won at the GDR Championships four without coxswain with Christiane Harzendorf , Heike Winkler , Annegret shrub and Ute Wagner the title. At the 1989 World Rowing Championships in Bled, Ina Justh stepped in for Heike Winkler and won the title straight away at her first start in the adult world championship. In 1990 Justh and Birte Siech won the last GDR rowing championships in two without a helmsman. At the last major appearance of the GDR national rowing team, the two won the bronze medal at the World Championships in Tasmania .

In 1991 Justh moved to the Saarbrücken rowing club . Although she only finished second at the German championships, she was among the German eighth at the world championships in Vienna, and the boat took fifth place. In 1992, Justh won her first German championship title in eighth and qualified for the Olympic Games in Barcelona. After the opening ceremony, Ina Justh came to the hospital and could not start because of an appendectomy. Substitute Dana Pyritz stood in for you. The eighth won bronze.

In 1993 Gabriele Mehl , Antje Frank , Birte Siech and Ina Justh won the German championships in four-man without a helmsman, and at the 1993 World Rowing Championships the boat took fourth place. After a two-year break, Justh returned again in 1996, when she won the German championship title with eighth place. At the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, the German eighth finished eighth.


  • National Olympic Committee for Germany: Atlanta 96. The German Olympic team . Frankfurt am Main 1996

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