Hannes Vitense

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Hannes Vitense
Hannes Vitense has been the head swimming coach at the Olympic training base in Saarbrücken, Germany for six years. He coaches a number of very good open water and pool swimmers including Andreas Waschburger and triathletes (including Steffen Justus, Anja Dittmer) as well as five national team athletes who compete internationally for Germany. Vitense was the head coach of the German women team until 2008. He was the head coach of the Olympic Trainingsbase in Saarbrücken until 2009 and remains a coaching speaker for the national open water team as well as coach for the German national open water (in Shanghai and the World Cups).



2007 - HG University for Healthy and Sport. International Sportsacademy, Berlin for professional coaches Bachelor of Arts and Master “professional sport”

2005 Certificate in Sport Education and Management. European Sportsacademy, Trier, Germany

Swimming Experience

Aug 2004 – Jul 2007 Saarländischer Schwimm-Bund e.V., Saarbrücken, Germany. Junior Head Coach at the State trainings base Assistant Coach – Elite at the State trainings base

Jul 2003 – Jul 2004 SSV Trier, Trier, Germany. Head Coach

Aug 1998 – Jul 2002 SG Weser-Ems Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. Assistant Head Coach at the State trainings base / Talentscout

Aug 1995 – Jun 1998 Bürgerfelder Turnerbund, Oldenburg, Germany. Assistant Coach

Swimming Successes

Aug 2004 – March 2008 Medals at the Open German Championships, Medals at the German Junior Championships, Swimmers at the European Junior Championships, 1 Swimmer at the European Championships in Helsinki 2006, 5 Swimmers in the German National Junior Team, 2 Swimmers in the German National Team, 2 Teams in the highest Division in Germany

Jul 1998 – Jul 2002 Medals at the German Junior Championships, 1 Swimmer in the German National Junior Team Swimming Development

2007 – 2008 A-Licence (highest license in Germany)

2004 B-Licence (second highest licence in Germany)

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