Sina Schielke (born May 19, 1981 in Heideke) is a former German sprinter. Her personal record is 11.16 seconds for 100 meters, 22.78 seconds for 200 meters and 7.19 seconds for interior 60 meters.
Schilke won the 200-meter silver medal at the 2000 World Junior Championships and won the gold medal with the German 4 × 100-meter relay team. When the German won second place at the 2002 European Athletics Championships in Munich, she won the relay medal.
“I hope I can run 10.99 seconds one day,” it has been decided: Sina Schielke, a sprinter, was traded by the media as the next lovely girl in German athletics. Although she only provided an international highlight for women as a member of the German silver medal relay at the 2002 Munich European Championships, each appearance of the photogenic sprinter attracted the media. “If I dye my hair red, my headlines will appear” (Athletics, 17/2003), the young professional star is aware of the external impact. The foundation of the championship and medal hope is Sina Schielke’s outstanding achievements on the youth field, where she collectively collects medals. But she still lacks connections to Top of the World and Sunday World. She says, “It’s beautiful, but not fast enough” (May 11, 2003).