Professional development Biellmann is still active in the worldwide figure skating scene, performing in professional exhibitions and tournaments. She has also become involved in coaching, both at a national level and among young people in Munich, Germany.
After retiring from competitive skating in 1992, Biellmann became one of the main coaches at the German Olympic Sports Center (DOSB) in Berlin, where she trained several future international stars such as David Pelikan, Denis Petukhov, and Natalia Bestemianova.
In 2001, Biellmann returned to her home city of Munich, where she has been working with young skaters at the renowned Munich talent pool.
She currently lives in Munich with her husband and two sons, who are all involved in figure skating.
Denise Biellmann went on to have great success as a coach, training many top-level athletes during her career as a coach.
Today, she continues to work with some of the best young skaters in Germany while also giving seminars around Europe on how to improve your figure skating skills through proper technique training.
Michelle Kwan has figure skating fame despite the fact that she is retired and no longer actively competing for glittering gold medals. The figure skater may no longer grace our ice rinks, but she's still full of energy, enthusiasm, and, of course, incredible physical power. And we love her for it!
In 2000, at the age of 22, Michelle Kwan became the youngest person ever to win the Olympic Gold Medal in the sport of Figure Skating. She went on to become one of the most successful athletes in history, winning four more gold medals at four more Olympics.
After retirement, Michelle Kwan has embarked on a new career as a television personality. She has appeared in such TV shows as Dancing with the Stars, World's Greatest Athletes, and Ice Road Truckers. In addition, she has two books published about her life on the ice and many other interesting things have been reported about Michelle Kwan recently, including some very bad rumors.
It would seem that Michelle Kwan has met the girl of your dreams and they're getting married. The news was announced by Michelle's agent, who also represented Barbara Ann Karney and Tonya Harding before them. The wedding will take place on October 4th of this year in Washington State where both Michelle and her future wife-to-be are based.
Biel grew up playing soccer and training as a level six gymnast. She attended Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, from 2000 to 2002. While at Tufts, she played on the women's soccer team. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in physical education.
After graduating from Tufts, Biel played professional soccer for five seasons. In 2007, she joined the Western New York Flash of the Women's Professional Soccer league as their leading scorer. She left after one season to pursue a career in acting.
In 2010, Biel made her debut on the big screen in the film The Nanny Diaries. She played the role of Lucy Barton, a young girl who befriends the daughter of former president Bill Clinton (played by Ben Affleck). The film was based on the novel of the same name by Jennifer Weiner. It received positive reviews from critics and became a success at the box office.
Biel has been nominated for two Young Artist Awards for her work in the films The Nanny Diaries and The Blind Side. She won the award for Best Supporting Actress for her work in the first film.
In 2011, Biel had a lead role in the movie The Paperboy.
Hamm retired from soccer after the 2004 Olympics after winning two Olympic gold medals and two World Cup titles, but her influence lives on in soccer players all across the world, particularly those on the current United States Women's National Team. Unsurprisingly, she remains active in the soccer scene. She is a consultant for Nike and has appeared in several commercials for their products.
After retiring from playing, Hamm joined the staff of the United States Women's National Soccer Team as an ambassador. She has been involved in team activities including training camps and international matches.
In addition to her work with the national team, Hamm has also had various other professional opportunities open up for her since retiring from soccer. In 2005, she signed on with ESPN as an analyst for soccer games throughout the year. In 2006, she began working with Major League Soccer as a commentator during league events. Hamm has also remained active in soccer journalism; she writes a column for The Miami Herald and can be seen weekly on television discussing South Florida soccer news.
In 2007, Hamm was selected by FIFA as one of the five best female players in the world. She is the only player on the list who isn't currently part of the United States Women's National Team management or coaching staff.
Mia Hamm married American football player Brian Kelly in April 2001.