With the women's team of the TTC Kurpfalz Ludwigshafen club , she became German champion in 1934. Later she joined the Spvg. Mundenheim. At the German Championship in Frankfurt in 1939 , she reached the semi-finals under her maiden name Fahlbusch, in which she lost to Hilde Bussmann . In 1948 Rösel Hartinger even won silver. Only in the final did she lose again to Hilde Bussmann. Before that, she had prevailed against Berti Capellmann . In August 1948 she was in second place in the German ranking (behind Hilde Bussmann).
At the end of 1948 she reduced her activities as a competitive athlete for health reasons. As early as December 1948, she decided not to take part in the German Championship in Lübeck, after which she played occasionally.
- DTS magazine , 1948/20 pages 2 + 6
- Manfred Schäfer: A game for life. 75 years of DTTB [1925 - 2000]. Ed .: German Table Tennis Association. DTTB, Frankfurt am Main 2000, ISBN 3-00-005890-7 , pages 122 + 150
- German champions of women and men from 1931 (places 1–4) , table tennis archive by Hans-Albert Meyer (accessed on June 30, 2018)
- New Wiener Tagblatt , January 16, 1939, page 9 Online (accessed June 30, 2018)
- DTS magazine , 1948/16 page 1
- DTS magazine , 1948/23 pages 1 + 3
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Hartinger, Rösel (married name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German table tennis player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||19th century or 20th century|
|DATE OF DEATH||20th century or 21st century|