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Welcome!

I am delighted to welcome you to my website, which outlines the work I do and the products I have to offer.

The site has long been under construction, and it has been a bit neglected over the years. But finally - at the start of 2009 - I have even added some news and a brief review with the main events of 2008.

Now, in early 2011, I have been working for a while on giving the website a more modern look by using a different platform. So I have redesigned the pages - and will carry on doing so.This enables me to include a lot more photos and updating news in a breeze without the need to learn complicated computer languages.

I hope I will keep updating this page constantly. But after the bad experience of the past I do not want to promise too much. Better you are positively surprised about changes and news...

Please send me your feedback, and thanks again for stopping by.

Sissi

 

Sissi's Profile     (written by John)

Born in Geislingen/Steige, Germany. Sissi was a natural athlete, the Württemberg discus champion at the age of 16, and competing in the German national championships in javelin.

Sissi studied communication sciences, Spanish, and Italian at Munich University. She was then accepted into the prestigious Deutsche Journalistenschule as one of 15 successful candidates from a field of more than 1000 applicants that year.

Since the age of 13 Sissi had wanted to be a sports journalist - especially so she could visit the handball players' changing rooms! Sissi began her career in journalism with Radio Luxemburg, and in 1980 she moved to Südwest Presse, based in Ulm, and specialising in sports journalism.

Sissi has travelled the world with her career and also for pleasure. She has covered 4 Olympic Games, 12 Tour de France cycle races, and countless handball and football matches. In all, Sissi has travelled in more than 50 countries!

Sissi has published two books, with another two currently in development. Her first book was a cycling tour guide for Southern Germany. Her second book - an "erotic" cookbook, is still available for purchase here.

Married to a New Zealander, Sissi now lives in the port town of Lyttelton near Christchurch, from where she runs the sissistein.com business.
 
Sissi, John (Dec. 2010)
 
 
 
 
 
 
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