My life!

My commitment for germany
My commitment for germany

Career          

                                                                                                            http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Helmig

  • 1968 - 1980: Baseball player in the AYA Little League for Mannheim (in summer)
  • 1969 - 1976: Ice-Hockey player fot the Mannheim Adlers (in winter)
  • 1977: German Ice-Hockey Youth Champion with the EV Füssen
  • 1978 - 1980: Ice-Hockey Bundesliga player in VFL Bad Nauheim, end of his hockey-career
  • 1981 - 1982: College of Desert Palm Springs, California, USA, fellowship in the USA, Baseball player
  • 1983: Riverside College, California, USA, fellowship in the USA, Baseballplayer
  • 1984: Anzi, Italy, 1. Liga Spring Chicago White Sox, Minor League
  • 1985: Dutch Champion with Haarlem Nicols, Men's European Championship in Paris, rise in the A-Pool
  • 1986: “Best Pitcher” from Haarlem Nicols, Europa-Cup Italy, National player
  • 1987: Second Place as a coach with the Cardinal of Cologne, Spring Baltimore Orioles Minor League, National Team
  • 1988: Second Place with the Mannheim Amigos in the Tele5-Liga
  • 1989: International German Champion with the Mannheim Amigos in the Tele5-Liga
  • 1990:  International German Champion with the Mannheim Amigos in the Tele5-Liga, coach
  • 1991: Rise in the 1. Bundesliga with Mannheim Amigos, winter ball in Cape town, South Africa
  • 1992: German champion with the Mannheim Amigos, MVP "Most Valuable Player" B-Pool Men's European Championship in Ladenburg, rise in the A-pool, winter ball in Cape Town, South Africa, national team
  • 1993: 3rd place with the Mannheim Amigos, Award for "Best Pitcher", European champions B-pool for national team
  • 1994: Third Place with the Leonberg Lobsters, winter ball in Cape Town, South Africa, national team
  • 1995: German champion with the Cardinal Trier, Award for "Best Pitcher" Men's European Championship in Holland, winter ball in Cape Town, South Africa
  • 1996: German champion with the Trier Cardinal, Assistant National Coach and Player, Spring Training as an international coach for the Atlanta Braves
  • 1997: Sports director and coach at the  Untouchables Paderborn, Assistant National Coach and Player
  • 1998: Sports director and coach at the Untouchables Paderborn, "Best German batter" in the 1. Bundesliga north, German Vice Champion, German Cup winner, inducted into the Hall of Fame as the third member, a member of the Team of the Year, City of Paderborn
  • 1999: Sports director and coach at the Untouchables Paderborn, German Champion, German Cup, 4th in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in Brno, Sportsman of the Year, City of Paderborn
  • 2000: Sports director and coach at the Untouchables Paderborn
  • 2001 - 2005: Sports director and trainer the Untouchables Paderborn, 5 x German Champions
  • 2008: Change to Regensburg to the Buchbinder legionaries as Manager, German Champion
  • 2010: German champion
  • 2011: German champion and motivational speaker at EVR Hockey league Regensburg
  • 2012: German champion and caretaker coach during EVR Hockey Regensburg reach the Play-Offs
  • 2013: German champion
  • 2014: Interim coach at EVR Hockey Regensburg reach the playoffs, the European Cup group stage in Ostrava 4th place, semifinals of the German championship
  • since December 2014: Free Agent