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Kim Raisner

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Nationality  Germany
Height  1.71 m
Name  Kim Raisner

Now coaching  Lena Schoneborn
Sport  Modern pentathlon
Weight  63 kg
Kim Raisner DVMF Deutscher Verband fr Modernen Fnfkampf Kim Raisner

Born  30 December 1972 (age 50) (1972-12-30) West Berlin, Germany
Club  Wasserfreunde Spandau 04 (GER)
Similar  Annika Schleu, Lena Schöneborn, Janine Kohlmann

Kim Raisner (born December 30, 1972 in West Berlin) is a retired modern pentathlete from Germany. She competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, where she finished fifth in the women's event with a score of 5,312 points.

Raisner is currently coaching the women's national modern pentathlon team since her retirement in 2005, and works as a part-time physiotherapist. She is also the head coach for her compatriot Lena Schöneborn, who led her team to win the team relay gold medal at the 2005 World Modern Pentathlon Championships in Warsaw, Poland, and later became an Olympic champion for the women's event in 2008.


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