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Katarina Witt Net Worth
Katarina Witt net worth: Katarina Witt is a retired figure skater and model who has a net worth of $9 million. Katarina Witt has earned her net worth through years of figure skating competitions, her appearances on television and in films, as well as author of the novel "Only With Passion." She came in 14th in the European Championships and in East German Championships in 1978-79 when she was a ch...
Jan 7, 2014 – Katarina Witt is a retired German figure skater and model. In Germany, she was commonly called "Kati" in the past, but today her full name is used more often. Witt won two Olympic gold medals for East Germany, first at the 1984 Sarajevo Olympics and
Figure Skating Superstars: Katarina Witt and Friends
Jan 19, 2014 – Details about Figure Skating Superstars: Katarina Witt and Friends.
Katarina Witt (GDR) - 1990 U.S. Open Professionals, Exhibition
Jun 16, 2010 – Orlando, Florida, USA - 1990 U.S. Open Professional Figure Skating Championships, Exhibition Performance - Katarina Witt of East Germany
Katarina Witt (GDR) - 1980 NHK Trophy, Ladies' Long Program
Apr 24, 2010 – Sapporo, JAPAN - 1980 NHK Trophy, Figure Skating, Ladies' Long Program - Katarina Witt of East Germany won the Silver Medal here.
Katarina Witt (GDR) - 1988 Calgary, Ladies' Long Program
Nov 2, 2009 – Calgary, Alberta, CANADA - 1988 Winter Games, Ladies' Long Program - Katarina Witt of East Germany was lucky enough to skate well enough to place 2nd in the Long Program. If she placed 3rd or lower, she would not have been able to win the Gold Medal
Katarina Witt (GDR) - 1988 Worlds, Ladies' Short Program
Nov 6, 2009 – Budapest, HUNGARY - 1988 World Figure Skating Championships, Ladies' Short Program - Katarina Witt of East Germany placed 2nd in this skate to remain in 1st Place going into the Long Program.
Katarina Witt (GDR) - 1988 Calgary, Ladies' Short Program
Nov 1, 2009 – Calgary, Alberta, CANADA - 1988 Winter Games, Ladies' Short Program - Katarina Witt of East Germany won the Short Program to move up from 3rd to 2nd Place going into the Long Program.
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