Anna von Boetticher

Anna von Boetticher is one of the world's best apnoea divers. The Berliner by choice has been an apnoea diver for many years, she was the only one who managed to dive the 16 m to the bottom of the sea several times in a row, to recover the cutlery.

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Anna von Boetticher

Douce Steiner

Douce Steiner is Germany's only two-star chef. She runs her restaurant "Hirschen" in Sulzburg in Baden-Württemberg together with her husband, as a family business.

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Douce Steiner

Georgette Tsinguirides

The ballet dancer and choreologist Georgette Tsinguirides, who keeps John Cranko's choreographies alive, will be the opening act. She has been in and out of Stuttgart Opera House for over 80 years now and celebrated her 70th professional anniversary in 2015.

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Georgette Tsinguirides

Helga Hengge

Helga Hengge is the first German woman to have successfully conquered Mount Everest, that is, the ascent as well as the descent. She is also the first German woman to have been on all “Seven Summits“, the highest summit on every continent.

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Helga Hengge

Juliane Eller

Juliane Eller is one of Germany youngest vintners and her label “Juwel“ (jewel) is no longer an insider tip amongst wine connoisseurs.

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Juliane Eller

Kathrine Switzer

The history of the women's marathon is inextricably linked with the name Kathrine Switzer: She is the first woman to run a marathon with an official start number and to open up this once male-dominated domain in a spectacular way.

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Kathrine Switzer

Suzanna Randall

Dr Suzanna Randall, the astrophysicist born in Cologne in 1979, could become the first German astronaut in space and thereby make history.

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Suzanna Randall