Karoline Koehler has been competing in the world of track and field since 1994. In 2003, she graduated from Pierre-de-Coubertin Gymnasium, an elite sports high school in Erfurt, Germany. As an enlisted soldier in the sports company of the Federal Armed Forces, she was awarded her Level One Coaching Certificate. As a junior, she competed at the European as well as the World Championship Games.
Earning a scholarship to San Diego State University, Karoline has made a name for herself as an NCAA Division I collegiate athlete. She is a 3-time recipient of the Mountain West Conference High Point Award, is a 6-time NCAA All-American, was the NCAA runner-up in the long jump in 2009, and is the current SDSU record holder in 4 events. Karoline completed her collegiate career with personal records of 11.43sec in the 100m, 6.64m in the long jump, and 13.68m in the triple jump. In 2010, she graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics.
Karoline was born in Soemmerda, Germany. Currently, she is pursuing her professional career in track and field with the goal of qualifying for the Olympic Games in 2012 in the 4×100m relay and the Long Jump.