Tim Dieck

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Tim Dieck
2018 Grand Prix of Helsinki Katharina Muller Tim Dieck 2018-11-02 20-25-18.jpg
Müller and Dieck in 2018
Born (1996-04-07) 7 April 1996 (age 28)
Dortmund, Germany
HometownDortmund
Height1.77 m (5 ft 9+12 in)
Figure skating career
Country Germany
Partner Olivia Smart
Coach Anjelika Krylova, Vitali Schulz, Martin Skotnicky
Skating clubERC Westfalen
Began skating2002

Tim Dieck (born 7 April 1996) is a German competitive ice dancer. With his former skating partner Katharina Müller, he is a two-time German national champion and has won many senior international medals, including two silver medals on the ISU Challenger Series and three gold medals at the German NRW Trophy. They have represented Germany at the European and World championships. In December 2022, it was announced that Dieck had teamed up with British-Spanish ice dancer Olivia Smart.

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Personal life

Tim Dieck was born on 7 April 1996 in Dortmund, Germany. His parents, Martina and Frieder, are involved in figure skating as a coach and judge, respectively, and his sister, Dominique, formerly competed in ice dancing. [1] [2] As of 2017, he is studying sports science at Ruhr University Bochum. [3] He is a soldier-athlete in the Bundeswehr. [4]

Career

Early career

Dieck started skating in 2000 and took up ice dancing in 2011. [3] He skated with Dana Wehner in the 2011–12 season. They placed ninth at the 2012 German Junior Championships. [5]

In 2012–13, Dieck began competing with Florence Clarke. They were fifth at the 2013 German Junior Championships. The following season, they debuted on the ISU Junior Grand Prix series, finishing ninth in Riga, Latvia and fifteenth in Gdańsk, Poland. They were also assigned to the 2014 World Junior Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria, but were eliminated after placing twenty-seventh in the short dance. [6] Clarke decided to retire at the end of the season. [7] [8]

2014–15 season

Vitali Schulz arranged a tryout between Dieck and Katharina Müller. [8] They teamed up in April 2014, coached by Schulz und James Young in Dortmund. [3] Assigned to two Junior Grand Prix events, they placed eighth in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and seventh in Aichi, Japan. After winning the 2015 German junior national title, they were sent to the 2015 World Junior Championships in Tallinn, Estonia; ranked thirteenth in the short dance, they qualified for the final segment and finished twelfth overall.

2015–16 season

Competing in the Challenger Series (CS), Müller/Dieck finished tenth in September at the 2015 Nebelhorn Trophy – their first senior international – and eighth the following month at the 2015 Mordovian Ornament. In November, they won bronze at the 2015 NRW Trophy before appearing at their third CS event, the 2015 Tallinn Trophy, where they placed fifth. They were awarded the silver medal at the German Championships in December, having finished second to Lorenz/Polizoakis, and took bronze at the Toruń Cup. Müller/Dieck were included in Germany's team to the 2016 European Championships in Bratislava, Slovakia, but were eliminated after placing twenty-third in the short dance. [9]

In spring 2016, Müller/Dieck began training under Marina Zueva in Canton, Michigan, in addition to Schulz and Young in Dortmund. [3]

2016–17 season

Müller/Dieck competed at two Challenger events, placing twelfth at the 2016 CS U.S. Classic and ninth at the 2016 CS Nebelhorn Trophy. They won gold at the NRW Trophy for the first time, and were the German national silver medalists for the second consecutive year. [10]

2017–18 season

Competing three times on the Challenger series, Müller/Dieck were fifth at the 2017 CS Warsaw Cup, sixth at the 2017 CS Ice Star, and eleventh at the 2017 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb. They won the silver medal at the German championships for the third consecutive year. [10]

2018–19 season

Again competing on the Challenger series three times, Müller/Dieck were seventh at both the 2018 CS Nebelhorn Trophy and the 2018 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb and ninth at the 2018 CS Ondrej Nepela Trophy. They were invited to make their Grand Prix debut, placing seventh at the 2018 Skate America and tenth at the 2018 Grand Prix of Helsinki. NRW Trophy champions for the second time, they then won their fourth consecutive silver medal at the German championships. [10]

2019–20 season

Müller/Dieck's three Challenger competitions for the year were the 2019 CS Ondrej Nepela Memorial, the 2019 CS Ice Star and the 2019 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb, where they placed eighth, sixth and sixth, respectively. They did not return to the Grand Prix, but won the inaugural Denis Ten Memorial Challenge and the Open d'Andorra, followed by becoming German national champions for the first time. [10]

Müller/Dieck attended the European Championships for the first time in four seasons, placing thirteenth. [10] They were supposed to make their World Championship debut at the 2020 edition in Montreal, but these were cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. [11]

2020–21 season

Despite the continued limitations of the pandemic on international competition, Müller/Dieck won their first Challenger medal, a silver at the 2020 CS Budapest Trophy, as well as their third gold medal at the NRW Trophy. Repeating as German national champions, they went on to make their World Championship debut at the 2021 World Championships in Stockholm, where they came in eighteenth. [10] This result qualified a berth for a German ice dance team at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. [12]

2021–22 season

Müller/Dieck began the season at the 2021 CS Nebelhorn Trophy, winning the silver medal. Dieck noted that it was "always special to win a medal in Germany," while Müller said, "we were not competing for an Olympic spot here, but it was important to us for our national qualification and to prove that we are ready and want to go to the Olympic Games." [13] They came ninth at the 2021 CS Finlandia Trophy. [10]

Initially assigned to the 2021 Cup of China on the Grand Prix, upon its cancellation Müller/Dieck were reassigned to the 2021 Gran Premio d'Italia. [14] They finished in eighth place. [15] They were sixth at the 2021 CS Cup of Austria and second at the Open d'Andorra. [10]

Despite losing the German national title to rivals Janse van Rensburg/Steffan, Müller/Dieck were named to the German Olympic team. They first competed at the 2022 European Championships, finishing in twelfth place. [10]

Müller/Dieck began the 2022 Winter Olympics as the German entries in the rhythm dance segment of the Olympic team event, where they finished tenth among ten. [16] In the dance event, they were twenty-first in the rhythm dance, missing the cut for the free dance. [17]

The team encountered new difficulties following the Olympics, as Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine and resultant tensions between Russia and Germany resulted in their being unable to return to their Moscow training location. [18] Dieck and Müller later separated. [19]

2023–24 season

Following the end of his partnership with Müller, Dieck connected with Anglo-Spanish ice dancer Olivia Smart. The two explored representing either Germany or Spain, but the Spanish Ice Sports Federation offered superior financial support and they requested Dieck be released by the German Ice Skating Union. [20] The release was granted in December 2022, and it was announced that they would begin training in April 2023 in Montreal under Smart's longtime coaches Marie-France Dubreuil, Patrice Lauzon and Romain Haguenauer. [19]

Smart and Dieck during their rhythm dance at the 2024 World Championships Olivia Smart & Tim Dieck 2024 Worlds Rhythm Dance 5.jpg
Smart and Dieck during their rhythm dance at the 2024 World Championships

Smart/Dieck made their international competitive debut at the 2023 CS Autumn Classic International, coming fourth. They went on to finish fourth as well at the 2023 CS Finlandia Trophy. [21] Making their Grand Prix debut as a team at the 2023 Skate America, Smart/Dieck placed sixth. [22] They were then eighth at the 2023 Grand Prix de France. [23]

Competing at their first Spanish Championships in December, Smart/Dieck won the gold medal over rivals Val/Kazimov. [24] Despite this, it was initially announced by the Spanish federation that Val/Kazimov would represent the country at the 2024 European and World Championships. Following controversy around the criteria used to arrive at this result, on December 27 the Spanish federation announced that Smart/Dieck would instead be given the country's lone World Championship berth. [25] [26]

Smart/Dieck won the silver medal at the International Challenge Cup in February. [21] At the World Championships, held in Montreal, the home of the team's training base, Smart/Dieck were fifteenth in the rhythm dance and qualified to the free dance. [27] An error on their dance spin saw them finish twentieth among twenty teams in the free dance, dropping to nineteenth overall. Smart remarked that the mistake "fits within this season full of ups and downs, which we accept as a lesson we have to learn" [28]

Programs

With Smart

Season Short dance Free dance Exhibition
2023–2024
[29]

With Müller

Season Short dance Free dance
2021–2022
[30]
2020–2021
[31]
2019–2020
[32]
2018–2019
[33]
  • Tango
2017–2018
2016–2017
[1]
  • Blues: New Year's Blues
  • Swing: Jolie Coquine
  • Megecina
  • Tabakiera
  • Mahalageasca (Bucovina Dub)
2015–2016
[34]
  • Ave Maria
    by Thomas Spencer-Wortley
2014–2015
[35]

With Clarke

Season Short dance Free dance
2013–2014
[36]
  • Slow Fox: I Will Wait For You
  • Quickstep: Puttin' on the Ritz
    by Irving Berlin

Competitive highlights

GP: Grand Prix; CS: Challenger Series; JGP: Junior Grand Prix

With Smart for Spain

International [21]
Event 23–24
Worlds 19th
GP France 8th
GP Skate America 6th
CS Autumn Classic 4th
CS Finlandia 4th
Challenge Cup 2nd
National [21]
Spanish Champ. 1st
TBD = Assigned

With Müller for Germany

International [10]
Event 14–15 15–16 16–17 17–18 18–19 19–20 20–21 21–22
Olympics 21st
Worlds C18th
Europeans 23rd13th12th
GP Cup of China C
GP Finland 10th
GP France C
GP Italy 8th
GP Skate America 7th
CS Budapest Trophy 2nd
CS Cup of Austria 6th
CS Finlandia Trophy 9th
CS Golden Spin 11th7th6th
CS Ice Star 6th6th
CS Mordovian 8th
CS Nebelhorn Trophy 10th9th7th2nd
CS Ondrej Nepela 9th8th
CS Tallinn Trophy 5th
CS U.S. Classic 12th
CS Warsaw Cup 5thC
Bavarian Open 5th
Cup of Nice 2nd9th
Denis Ten Memorial 1st
Egna Trophy 4thWD
Mezzaluna Cup 5th
NRW Trophy 3rd1st1st1st
Open d'Andorra 2nd1st2nd
Universiade 4th7th
Toruń Cup 3rd
Volvo Open 1st2nd
International: Junior [10]
Junior Worlds 12th
JGP Japan 7th
JGP Slovenia 8th
Bavarian Open 3rd
Ice Star 4th
NRW Trophy 1st
Santa Claus Cup 3rd
National [10]
German Champ. 1st J2nd2nd2nd2nd1st1st2nd
National [10]
Olympics 9th T
10th P
TBD = Assigned; WD = Withdrew; C = Event cancelled
Levels: J = Junior

With Clarke for Germany

International [6]
Event 2012–13 2013–14
World Junior Champ. 27th
JGP Latvia 9th
JGP Poland 15th
Bavarian Open 13th J5th J
Ice Star 6th J
NRW Trophy 14th J4th J
Volvo Open Cup 4th J
National [6]
German Champ. 5th J
J = Junior level

With Wehner for Germany

International [5]
Event 2011–12
NRW Trophy 17th J
Santa Claus Cup 14th J
National [5]
German Championships 9th J
J = Junior level

Detailed results

ISU personal best scores in the +5/-5 GOE system [21]
SegmentTypeScoreEvent
TotalTSS180.67 2023 Skate America
Short program TSS72.56 2023 CS Finlandia Trophy
TES40.982023 CS Finlandia Trophy
PCS32.052023 Skate America
Free skating TSS108.712023 Skate America
TES60.232023 Skate America
PCS48.482023 Skate America

Current personal best scores are highlighted in bold.

With Smart for Spain

2023–24 season
DateEvent RD FD Total
March 18–24, 2024 2024 World Championships 15
71.81
20
101.72
19
173.53
February 22–25, 2024 2024 Challenge Cup 2
72.44
2
108.20
2
180.64
December 15–17, 2023 2023 Spanish Championships 1
73.04
1
111.94
1
184.98
November 3–5, 2023 2023 Grand Prix de France 6
69.91
9
96.67
8
166.58
October 20–22, 2023 2023 Skate America 6
71.96
6
108.71
6
180.67
October 4–8, 2023 2023 CS Finlandia Trophy 3
72.56
6
105.91
4
178.47
September 14–17, 2023 2023 CS Autumn Classic International 3
72.27
5
96.81
4
169.11

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