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Karl Schulze

Quad Scull
1988
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Max Appel
  • 2016: Olympic Gold in M4x
  • 2015: Gold at the World Championships in M4x
  • 2012: Olympic Gold in M4x

  • 2016: Olympic Gold in M4x
  • 2015: Gold at the World Championships in M4x
  • 2012: Olympic Gold in M4x

Reach for Triple Gold

There is no championship that Karl Schulze could not win in the last few years in the quad scull. He became World and European Champion and won the gold medal at the last two Olympics. For his great dream of winning the triple gold Karl relocated from Berlin to Hamburg in 2018 together with his partner Marie-Christin Jonekeit and his daughter Leni. In the meantime, the young family has even grown to four, as baby Lea was born last year.

After the selection process last year, “King Karl” was again permanently placed in the bow of the quad scull. Despite the successful Olympic qualification, the World Championships in Linz was a huge disappointment for the rower who is used to succeed. But his dream of a triple continues: Due to his enormously strong erg and strength performances, Karl will remain seated in the quad in the new season, but this time in the two-seat position. Will Karl manage the balance between family life and the hard-everyday life of a competitive athlete? Can he win his 3rd gold medal in Tokyo and write rowing history?

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Skills

  • Place of birth: Dresden
  • Club: Berliner Ruder-Club e.v.
  • Occupation: Federal Police officer
  • Inside: Received the Silver Laurel Leaf in 2016

Overview

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“CHANGES” – Episode 15

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