Reh in 2015
|Born||23 May 1997|
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||54 kg (119 lb)|
|Club||SSV Ulm 1846|
|Coached by||Jürgen Austin-Kerl|
She won the German 10000 m national championship on 8 June 2019 in Essen. She finished in 31:19.87 and Miriam Dattke was the runner up with 32:50.10.
Reh participated in the U23 European Championships from 11-14 July 2019 in Gävle, Sweden.
She ran the 10000 m on 12 July. Reh won with 31:39.34 and Miriam Dattke (Germany) finished second with 32:29.45. 2 Days later she placed second in the 5000 m with 15:11.25. Anna Emilie Møller (Denmark) was the winner with 15:07.70.
|2013||World Youth Championships||Donetsk, Ukraine||5th||3000 m||9:20.99|
|2014||Youth Olympic Games||Nanjing, China||2nd||3000 m||9:05.07|
|2015||European Junior Championships||Eskilstuna, Sweden||1st||3000 m||9:12.29|
|2016||World U20 Championships||Bydgoszcz, Poland||9th||5000 m||15:41.62|
|2017||European Indoor Championships||Belgrade, Serbia||8th||3000 m||8:57.87|
|European U23 Championships||Bydgoszcz, Poland||2nd||5000 m||15:10.57|
|World Championships||London, United Kingdom||17th (h)||5000 m||15:10.01|
|2018||European Championships||Berlin, Germany||4th||10,000 m||32:28.48|
|2019||European Indoor Championships||Glasgow, United Kingdom||4th||3000 m||8:39.45|
|European U23 Championships||Gävle, Sweden||2nd||5000 m||15:11.25|
|World Championships||Doha, Qatar||–||10,000 m||DNF|
- 800 metres – 2:14.03 (Rechberghausen 2016)
- 1500 metres – 4:13.1 (Bietigheim 2017)
- 3000 metres – 9:05.07 (Nanjing 2014)
- 5000 metres – 15:10.01 (London 2017)
- 10,000 metres – 32:28.48 (Berlin 2018)
- 10 kilometres – 31:23 (Berlin 2018)
- Half marathon – 1:09:29 (Cologne 2018)
- EAA profile
- Alina Reh at IAAF
- "Seltec LA.portal Live-Ergebnisse". www.laportal.net. Retrieved 2019-07-13.
- "Competitions - European Athletics U23 Championships - European Athletics". european-athletics. Retrieved 2019-07-16.
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