Jutta Muller, a German figure skater and one of the most successful figure skating coaches worldwide has reportedly passed on.
She developed a passion for figure skating at a younger age, was consistent throughout his career, and became one of the most sought-after figure skaters.
Jutta Muller Cause Of Death
Jutta Muller died in a nursing home in Berlin at 94 on Thursday, November 2, 2023, her daughter, Gaby Seyfert said in a statement. However, she did not mention the cause of her death hence making it unknown to us whether she battled any form of illness before her demise.
As a figure skater, Muller achieved numerous feat. In 1949, she won the East German Championships in women’s pair skating with partner, Irene Salzmann.
In 1953, Muller won the ladies’ singles bronze medal at the East German nationals. After World War II (1945), she became a teacher of German and sports.
As a figure skating coach, Muller’s first student was her daughter, Gabriele Seyfert, who twice won the World Championship titles (1969 and 1970).
She coached both men and women. Some of the men he coached include; Gunter Zoller, Jan Hoffmann, Nils Kopp, Rico Krahnert, and Ronny Winkler.
Among women, she coached Sonja Morgenstern, Anett Potzsch, Katarina Witt, Evelyn Großmann, Martina Clausner, Marion Weber, Constanze Gensel, and Simone Lang
Muller was considered one of the most successful figure skating coaches in the world. From the mid-1960s, she won almost 60 gold, silver, and bronze medals at international competitions in three decades.
In 2004, Müller was admitted into the World Figure Skating Hall of Fame. “The figure skating world loses one of the greatest coaching personalities,” said Andreas Wagner, president of the German ice skating union.
Jutta Muller Age
Jutta Muller died at the age of 94. She was born on Wednesday, December 13, 1928 in Chemnitz, Germany.
Jutta Muller Funeral
At the time of this report, the family was planning his final funeral arrangement and the details are yet to be finalized. We will keep you updated.