Guenther Stampfl - Johanna Pollerer

General information
Man Guenther Stampfl   (10019412)
Woman Johanna Pollerer   (10019413)
Dancing for Germany
Joined on 01 November 2006
Retired on: 04 December 2013
Current age group Senior II
Current status Retired
Division General
Competitions
RankPointsDateCompetitionDisciplineCategoryLocation
202.517 August 2012OpenStandardSenior IIStuttgart - Germany
51.801 April 2012OpenStandardSenior IIVienna - Austria
182.516 August 2011OpenStandardSenior IStuttgart - Germany
65.931 July 2011OpenStandardSenior ISchladming - Austria
57.830 July 2011OpenStandardSenior ISchladming - Austria
53.905 June 2011OpenStandardSenior IVienna - Austria
53.904 June 2011OpenStandardSenior IVienna - Austria
22.4401 May 2011OpenStandardSenior IPalma de Mallorca, Calvià - Spain
21.4003 April 2011OpenStandardSenior INeupre - Belgium
178.517 August 2010OpenStandardSenior IStuttgart - Germany
69.1001 August 2010OpenStandardSenior ISchladming - Austria
68.931 July 2010OpenStandardSenior ISchladming - Austria
150.504 July 2010OpenStandardSenior IWuppertal - Germany
33.2905 June 2010OpenStandardSenior IHasselt - Belgium
63.902 May 2010OpenStandardSenior IPalma de Mallorca - Spain
51.1025 April 2010OpenStandardSenior ILinz - Austria
45.3217 October 2009OpenStandardSenior ILiege - Belgium
185.519 August 2009OpenStandardSenior IStuttgart - Germany
185.18 August 2009OpenStandardSenior IStuttgart - Germany
80.902 August 2009OpenStandardSenior ISchladming - Austria
69.901 August 2009OpenStandardSenior ISchladming - Austria
62.918 April 2009OpenStandardSenior ILinz - Austria
48.3505 April 2009OpenStandardSenior IVienna - Austria
44.3618 October 2008OpenStandardSenior ILiege - Belgium
173.513 August 2008OpenStandardSenior IStuttgart - Germany
173.12 August 2008OpenStandardSenior IStuttgart - Germany
78.1027 July 2008OpenStandardSenior ISchladming - Austria
75.1026 July 2008OpenStandardSenior ISchladming - Austria
48.3619 April 2008OpenStandardSenior ILinz - Austria
62.1020 October 2007OpenStandardSenior ILiege - Belgium
207.517 August 2007OpenStandardSenior IStuttgart - Germany
Profile
Guenther Stampfl Johanna Pollerer
Profile picture of Guenther Stampfl
Country of originGermany
I mainly live inA small village north of Munich
Profession or education(Marketing) Communications Consultant
Preferred dancesSlow Foxtrott
Main trainersChristian Stangl
That's Him!

Up Close!

How did you get into Dancesport; when did you start?

Already in early youth I was fascinated by dancing.

I loved Fred Astaire movies, ballroom music of the big band era, and watching ballroom competitions in TV whenever possible.

Mid/end of the 70's I spent almost all of my leisure time in dancing studio, longing to join that fascinating world of Dancesport.

But life had other plans for me. I gave up dancing for more than twenty years, married, became father of three wonderful children, got divorced...

One day I felt it was time for a change in my life and I came back to dancing. Beginning anew with dancing school, I met my first partner. Together we passed all levels of dance classes and then went for competitive dancing.

Having reached the level to participate in WDSF competitions, the dream of my youth came true: I am part of that fascinating world of Dancesport!

In summer 2013, my first partner had to retire from dancing, but with my new partner Uli Reitmayer I found the perfect counterpart.

Once again, dancing claims almost all of my (our) leisure time, and I (we) love and enjoy it! Together we are looking forward to many wonderful competitions.

 

What are the fascinations that keep you in Dancesport?

In his auto-biography “Music was my first love”, the famous German dancer and coach Oliver Wessel-Therhorn subsumes my feelings about DanceSport (and, of course, his own) in one sentence:
<Gerade dieser Traum Marke Hollywood, das Auftreten der Paare und die Eleganz des gesamten Umfelds, machten das Turniertanzen aus.> (Particularly that Hollywood-style dreaming, the couples’ demeanor and the elegance of the surroundings, that’s what ballroom dancing stands for.)

 

What are your aims in Dancesport?

To enhance our dancing skills and to give pleasure to our audience.

 

Is there anything in today's Dancesport that you are worried about?

The pursuit of increasing sportiness and drive bears the risk to loose elegance and musical expression.

 

Do you have time to meet friends outside of DanceSport?

Of course there are friends outside of Dancesport, too. A few, at least.

 

What would you do if you had an unexpected day off?

Having extra practice...

 

Do you have talents other than dancing that nobody knows about - yet?

Writing novels and short stories, photographing, cooking…

 

What genre of movie could motivate to go to the cinema?

Any kind of movie that is supposed to touch either my brain or my heart – or both of them.

 

Imagine you are on a deserted island!
What are the three things that you cannot imagine to be without, that you wish you had brought along?

My partner, a chest full of good books, and a Swiss army knife.

 

What are you most proud of in your sporting career or life?

My two sons and my daughter.

 

What dream would you like most to come true one day?

You better beware of your dreams and wishes, sometimes they’ll come true.

 

What are you looking at first when you meet a stranger?

The eyes, ‘cause eyes always tell the truth.

 

How do you cope with stress and bad moods?

High spirits, a thick skin and from time to time a glass of old red wine.

 

What is your motto in life?

<Nicht dem Leben mehr Jahre, sondern den Jahren mehr Leben geben.>  
It's not about adding more years to one's life, but adding more life to one's years.
(Curd Jürgens, German actor)