Gina Lückenkemper made her international debut at the tender age of 15, becoming the youngest participant at the 2012 World Junior Championships. Despite her young age, she exhibited remarkable prowess and determination, reaching the semi-finals and making a name for herself on the global sprinting stage.
Her career has been marked by a string of impressive performances, with a standout moment being her victory in the 100m event at the European Championships clocking an impressive 10.99 seconds.
Lückenkemper has represented Germany at the highest level, participating in two Olympic Games – Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020. Her athletic journey continues to inspire many as she pushes the boundaries of her sport with sheer tenacity and exceptional skill.