Jens Tiedtke on May 21, 2008
|Full name||Jens Tiedtke|
|birthday||October 10, 1979|
|place of birth||Koblenz , Germany|
|date of death||October 9, 2019|
|Playing position||Circular rotor|
|Clubs as active|
|from ... to||society|
|-1999||HSG Mülheim-Kärlich / Bassenheim|
|2001-2003||SG Willstätt / Schutterwald|
|2003-2005||SG Wallau / Massenheim|
|Debut on||October 19, 1999|
|against||Poland in Cottbus|
Jens Tiedtke, who comes from Bassenheim , started out playing at HSG Mülheim-Kärlich / Bassenheim . With the C-youth of the HSG, he became German runner-up. In the 1997/98 season he rose to the 2nd Bundesliga with the men's team .
Tiedtke played for the Bundesliga club TUSEM Essen in the 1999/2000 season . The cyclist joined the league competitor HC Wuppertal in the following season , then the SG Willstätt / Schutterwald . After SG Willstätt / Schutterwald was relegated to the 2nd Bundesliga in 2003, he moved to the Bundesliga club SG Wallau / Massenheim . When SG Wallau filed for bankruptcy in 2005, he switched to TV Großwallstadt .
When Tiedtke complained of headaches and the occasional visual disturbance, he underwent a medical examination in October 2006, during which a brain tumor was discovered. The tumor was successfully removed in November. After a rehabilitation phase, Tiedtke celebrated his successful comeback on April 28, 2007 in the Bundesliga match against HBW Balingen-Weilstetten . In summer 2012 he moved to the Bundesliga club HSG Wetzlar . In summer 2015 he returned to TV Großwallstadt. He ended his career at the end of the 2015/16 season. He had played a total of 459 games in the handball Bundesliga .
After a long and serious illness, Tiedtke died on October 9, 2019, one day before his 40th birthday. He leaves behind his wife and three children.
- Promotion to the 2nd Bundesliga with HSG Mülheim-Kärlich-Bassenheim
- German runner-up with the C-youth
- Participation in the World Cup 2005 (9th place)
- 5th place at the 2009 World Cup
- Jens Tiedtke in the database of the European Handball Federation (English)
- www.jens-tiedtke.de Official website of Jens Tiedtke
- Portrait on the website of TV Großwallstadt
- Jump up TUSEM Essen season 1999/2000 on thw-provinzial.de
- Opponent squad HC Wuppertal 2000/2001 season on thw-provinzial.de
- enemy squads SG Willstätt / Schutterwald 2001/2002 season on thw-provinzial.de
- enemy squads SG Wallau-Massenheim 2003/2004 season on thw-provinzial.de
- Warm welcome for handball Bundesliga team TV Großwallstadt in Bassenheim. August 29, 2011, accessed October 9, 2019 .
- Tiedtke "End of career is definitely a loss for the first division". June 6, 2015, accessed October 9, 2019 .
- Despite insolvency proceedings: SG Wallau does not see the future at risk. April 5, 2005, accessed October 9, 2019 .
- "My muscles are completely gone". In: FAZ.net . January 30, 2007, accessed December 12, 2014 .
- Großwallstadt brings back ex-national players. In: handball-world.com. July 15, 2015, accessed July 15, 2015 .
- tvgrosswallstadt.de: The Last Dance for Tito . (No longer available online.) Archived from the original on May 31, 2016 ; accessed on January 16, 2016 .
- Jens Tiedtke'snotice. October 19, 2019, accessed October 19, 2019 .
- Tim Oliver Kalle: Mourning for Jens Tiedtke. In: DHB.de. October 9, 2019, accessed October 12, 2019 .
- Jens Tiedtke died at the age of only 39. In: fr.de. October 9, 2019, accessed October 21, 2019 .
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German handball player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||October 10, 1979|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Koblenz|
|DATE OF DEATH||October 9, 2019|