Team Machineseeker | 2022 Olympics

The Machineseeker Group is the official partner of Team Germany. The partnership includes the support of "Team D" at the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020 as well as in Beijing 2022. 10 German athletes each will represent "Team Maschinensucher" in Japan and China. "We are pleased to be a partner of the Olympic Games with Maschinensucher," says Sven Schmidt, Chief Marketing Officer of Machineseeker Group.

The Olympic Games have a special appeal. More than 4 billion people around the world follow the major event. The upcoming Winter Games in Beijing will take place from February 4 to 20, 2022. 

Ramona Hofmeier


As one of the campaign faces of Team Germany, snowboarder Ramona Hofmeister is about to make her second Olympic appearance in Beijing. In addition to winning bronze in the parallel giant slalom in PyeongChang 2018, the police officer also won the runner-up world title in parallel slalom and the overall World Cup of all parallel disciplines last winter. With these successes behind her, the 25-year-old now also wants to achieve good results in China.

Julia Taubitz

Luge, single seater

25-year-old luger Julia Taubitz will make her Olympic debut in Beijing. With three World Championship medals to date, including the individual title at Königsee 2021, she has already been able to impressively demonstrate her strong nerves at major events. In Beijing, the sports soldier would now like to fulfill her dream of the Olympic medal that is still missing.

Toni Eggert

Luge, double seater

Together with his team partner Sascha Benecken, Toni Eggert can call himself a seven-time world champion and bronze medalist at the last Winter Games in PyeongChang 2018. When he's not optimizing the sled for the ice track, the 31-year-old sports soldier from Thuringia can be found as an enthusiastic aerobatic pilot in the air or at his own flight school. Two optimal runs are now to succeed on the Olympic track in Yanqing.

Moritz Müller

Ice hockey

As captain of the men's ice hockey team and one of the faces of the Team Germany campaign, Moritz Müller is flying to Beijing. The 35-year-old defender of the Cologne Sharks wants to build on the sensational silver medal from PyeongChang 2018 with his team and once again play with passion and full of emotion for as long as possible in the Olympic tournament for the medals

Manuel Faißt

Nordic combination

Already at a young age, Manuel Faißt from Baden-Württemberg attracted attention in 2013 as a three-time junior world champion in the Nordic combined. In the meantime, the 29-year-old has firmly established himself in the German World Cup team. The sports soldier and student at the Fernuni Hagen would like to fulfill his great sporting life's dream by qualifying for Beijing 2022, where he will jump and run for top places in the individual and team events.

Mariama Jamanka


As one of the faces of Team Germany, Mariama Jamanka presented the official collection for Beijing 2022. The 31-year-old sports soldier crowned herself Olympic champion in PyeongChang in 2018 and world champion the following year. Away from the bobsleigh track, she is also an avid motorcyclist on winding routes. In Beijing, she will now do her utmost to achieve four flawless runs on the challenging Olympic track in Yanqing.

Dajana Eitberger

Luge, single seater

Dajana Eitberger is already traveling to Beijing with a silver medal from PyeongChang 2018 in her luggage. The 31-year-old sports soldier wants to build on the traditionally strong results of the German lugers in Beijing. As a member of the DOSB Athletes' Commission, she also represents the interests of all Team Germany athletes.

Nico Ihle

Speed skating

As a three-time Olympic participant, 37-year-old Nico Ihle from Chemnitz is one of the veterans of Team Germany. The sports soldier specializes in the short distances over 500m and 1000m. As vice world champion 2007 over 500m he wants to qualify for his fourth Olympic Games in Beijing this World Cup winter.

Sabrina Cakmakli


Sabrina Cakmakli wants to make her third Olympic appearance in Beijing a reality. At the young age of two, the now 27-year-old sports soldier stood on skis for the first time. After preferring snowboarding in her childhood, she is now one of the world's best halfpipe athletes. In addition to sports, she is also studying exercise science and sports nutrition for her master's degree.

Thorsten Margis


Initially active in athletics as a successful decathlete in his youth, the now 31-year-old athlete switched to winter sports. Together with his pilot Francesco Friedrich, the mechanical engineering graduate has since been racing as a pusher in the two-man and four-man bobsleds on the ice track. With numerous titles at the World and European Championships and two Olympic gold medals in PyeongChang 2018 on his CV, he will also be pushing one of the favored bobsleds in Beijing.