The athletes of the German team are regularly involved in international competitions when it comes to awarding the podium places. We spoke to national coach Ingo Filzwieser about the recipe for success, the pressure at the home European Championships in Munich and athletes who step out of line.
Yannick Flohe has the lead world cup in Copper finished third best last weekend. Earlier in the season he won gold at the Bouldering World Cup in Brixen. teammate Alex Megos returned home from the IFSC World Cup in Briançon with the bronze medal in her luggage. and Hannah Meul won silver in both Brixen and Innsbruck and crowned her strong season performance in bouldering with the runner-up European Championship title.
All in all, the German national squad is strong. How did this significant increase in performance come about compared to the previous year? we have with Ingo Filzwieser spoken.
Pressure, periodization and training plans: national coach Ingo Filzwieser gives insights
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