We recently introduced the Managing Director Thomas Kille to you.But who else works behind the scenes for TK? A name that you have already heard in another context, is Fanny Rinne. She is a former German player, multiple times nominated for the best player of the world and flagship of the sporting goods manufacturer TK Hockey Equipment. With 341international caps and as gold medal winner at the Olympic Games 2004 in Athens she stopped playing after the 2012 Olympics. At 21stJanuary, she officially ended her career in front of a huge crowd.

She has also changed her professional situation in the middle of last year and is now responsible for public relations at her former sponsor TK Hockey Equipment.In addition to handling the marketing of contract players she manages the social media web communication and assists to design the brand identity of  the company. A new commitment from now on: She passes on her expertise to the young talents as assistant coach of the Under 16 Team of the German Hockey Federation.

Fanny’s biggest triumphs:

German Hockey player, 341 international caps, 131 international goals. Captain from 2009 to 2012.

4 Olympics (one GOLD medal).

Olympic Games 2012

7. place, London

European Championship 2011

SILVER: Moenchengladbach

Indoor World Cup 2011

GOLD Poznan

World Cup 2010

4. place, Rosario

Champions Trophy 2009

4. place, Sydney

European Championship 2009

SILVER, Amsterdam

Olympic Games 2008

4. place, Beijing

Champions Trophy 2008

SILVER, Monchengladbach

European Championship 2007

GOLD Manchester

Champions Trophy 2007

BRONZE, Buenos Aires

World Cup 2006

8. place Madrid

Champions Trophy 2006

GOLD Amsterdam

European Championship 2005

SILVER, Dublin

Champions Trophy 2004

SILVER, Rosario

Olympic Games 2004

GOLD Athens

European Championship 2003

BRONZE, Barcelona

Indoor World Cup 2003

GOLD Leipzig

World Cup 2002

7. place, Perth

Indoor European Championship 2002

GOLD Armiens

Junior World Cup 2001

7. place, Buenos Aires

Olympic Games 2000

7. place, Sydney

Champions Trophy 2000

SILVER, Amsterdam

European Championship 1999

SILVER, Cologne

Champions Trophy 1999

BRONZE, Brisbane

Junior European Championship 1998

GOLD Belfast