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Inge Wischnewski born Kabisch (born 2 March 1930 in Weißenfels, Germany; d. 11. July 2010) was a German figure skater and figure skating coach.

She was four-time champion at the East German nationals, always beating Jutta Müller. Her coach was Charlotte Giebelmann. Inge Wischnewski finished her figure skating career and studied at the DHfK Leipzig to become a figure skating coach.

Later she lived in East-Berlin and worked as figure skating coach. Some of her students were Christine Errath (World Champion 1974 and Olympic Bronze Medalist 1976), Janina Wirth (Junior World Champion 1982), Uwe Kagelmann (two time Bronze Medalist in Pair skating), Rolf Österreich (Olympic Silver Medalist in pair skating, Alexander König (Bronze Medalist at the Junior Worlds 1982 and Bronze Medalist in Pair skating, Bernd Wunderlich und Kerstin Stolfig.

She is still Berlin's most successful figure skating coach.

From 1991 on she worked as a figure skating coach in Norway for 5 years. She returned to Berlin after this angagement in Norway.

Inge Wischnewski was married to Heinz Wischnewski.

Results

Event 1952 1953 1954 1955
East German Championships 1st 1st 1st 1st

References

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