The Machineseeker Group is an official partner of Team Germany. The partnership includes the support of "Team D" on their way to the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020 and Beijing 2022. In addition, 10
athletes represent "Team Maschinensucher" in Japan and China. "We are pleased to be a partner for Team Germany for the upcoming Olympic Games with Machineseeker," says Sven Schmidt, Chief
Marketing Officer of the Machineseeker Group.
The Olympic Games have a special charisma. Worldwide, more than 4 billion people follow the major event. This will certainly be the case this year, when the Games are broadcasted in Tokyo from July 23 to August 8.
The team world champion and medallist at the World and European Championships secured one of the only ten desired starting places in Tokyo. The sports soldier has been a member of the national squad since 2007. Now she will represent Team Germany in the motherland of her sport at the karate premiere in Tokyo.
Nike Lorenz is travelling to Tokyo along with her bronze medal from Rio 2016. The national hockey player wants to confirm this success by winning another medal in Japan. Off the pitch, the team player is committed to environmental and climate protection as well as against racism in sport.
As strokesman of the German rowing eight, Hannes has already led the German Rowing Association's flagship boat to several European and World championship titles. Since 2009, the police officer of the Mecklenburg-West Pomerania state police has been a member of the national squad. What he is still missing: a gold medal at the Olympic Games. He wants to fulfill this dream with his crew in Tokyo.
Dominic Ressel will also experience his first Olympic Games in Tokyo. In addition to his sporting activities, the judoka is completing an apprenticeship with the German Federal Police, which he will finish after the Olympics. His greatest success so far was the silver medal at the European Championships in 2017. In Tokyo, the half-middleweight (up to 81 kg) will now do everything he can to get as close as possible to the medal ranks.
Christopher Rühr already won a bronze medal in Rio 2016. Together with his teammates, the medical student wants to continue the traditionally good medal performance of the German hockey team. The team will travel to Japan with a lot of self-confidence after victories against Argentina (reigning Olympic champions) and Spain in the final preparatory training.
As a modern pentathlete, Annika Schleu is the most multi-talented athlete in the Machineseeker team. The sports soldier has already won more than 20 medals at World and European Championships. After competing in London 2012 and Tokyo 2016, the multi-sport athlete now wants to surpass her strong fourth place in Rio and win her first Olympic medal.
Theresa Stoll travels to Tokyo with the tailwind of the bronze medal she recently won at the World Championships. The medical student will fulfill her childhood goal by participating in the Olympics. With her determination, the lightweight (up to 57 kg) will make every effort to use her spirit and passion to fight for a medal.
As a rapid fire pistol shooter, Doreen Vennekamp convinces with her precision and calmness. The sports soldier has already won medals at World and European Championships as well as the European Games. Tokyo marks her first appearance for Team Germany at the Olympic Games. There she hopes to get as close as possible to the medal ranks with a new personal best.
Matyas Szabo carved out his second Olympic participation after Rio 2016, this year. The World and European champion with the saber team will make every effort in Tokyo to secure his first Olympic medal. Off the piste, the sports soldier is the host of the "Demaskiert" podcast.
After competing at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games and the Rio 2016 Olympics, Germany's fastest swimmer Damian Wierling is making the journey to Tokyo. "The Cheetah" will represent Team Germany in the 100 m freestyle distance and in the relay races. The current German record holder in the 50 m freestyle (21.81 s) also wants to snatch the best mark in the double distance in Tokyo.