Denise Herrmann is a German biathlete who won gold in the women’s 15km individual biathlon at the 2022 Beijing Games on Monday. The 33-year-old crossed the finish line in 44 minutes and 12.7 seconds to earn her first-ever Olympic medal.
Herrmann’s success is Germany’s second gold medal of the Games and its third overall. The silver medal for the women’s 15km biathlon went to Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet of France, while Norwegian Marte Olsbu Røiseland won bronze. Explore more about Denise Herrmann‘s wiki, bio, age, height, weight, measurements, boyfriend, net worth, career and many more facts about her.
Denise Herrmann Height, Weight & Measurements
How tall is Denise Herrmann? She stands about 5 feet and 9 inches tall. While she weighs 68kg. Moreover, talking about the overall body measurement, the number ranges to 38 inches bust, 24 inches waist, and 36 inches hips. The color of her eyes is dark brown, and she has light brown colored hair.
Denise Herrmann Winter Olympics 2022
German biathlete Denise Herrmann won gold in the women’s 15km individual biathlon at the 2022 Beijing Games on Monday.
The 33-year-old crossed the finish line in 44 minutes and 12.7 seconds to earn her first-ever Olympic medal.
For Herrmann, the gold was a dream come true and one that has yet to sink in.
“It becomes more and more realistic. I’m super happy. I phoned my boyfriend and my mother at home, and they are going totally crazy,” she said.
“It’s a dream you have as a child and the dream came true today. It’s unbelievable.”
Denise Herrmann Facts
- Since 2009, she has represented Germany in the FIS Cross-Country World Cup.
- Herrmann has earned several world cup victories throughout her career.
- She announced that she would specialize in biathlon for the following season and won gold at Biathlon World Championships 2019, Women’s pursuit, as well as a slew of other medals.
- At the 2022 Winter Olympics, she was asked if she would compete in cross-country skiing again at a press conference.
- She also claimed gold in the 15km individual event at the 2022 Winter Olympics.