|Born||16 August 1977|
Essen, West Germany
|Height||1.63 m (5 ft 4 in)|
|Former partner||Stephanie Rauer|
|Former coach||Oleg Ryzhkin |
|Former choreographer||Florenza Pizanis-Ellis|
|Former skating club||ERV 68 Essen|
|Former training locations||Dortmund|
Thomas Rauer (born 16 August 1977 in Essen) is a German former competitive ice dancer. He competed with his sister Stephanie Rauer. Together, they are two-time (2001, 2002) German national champions.
In autumn 2000, Thomas Rauer had a torn ligament in his foot.
He is an ISU Technical Specialist for Germany.
|Season||Original dance||Free dance|
|2001–2002 || Grease |
by Jim Jacobs:
(with Stephanie Rauer)
|GP Cup of Russia||8th||9th||9th||9th|
|GP Skate Canada||9th|
|German Champ.||3rd J.||1st J.||1st J.||3rd||2nd||2nd||2nd||1st||1st||3rd|
|GP = Grand Prix; J. = Junior level|
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