A Portrait: Christian Fluhr A German Success Story On Ski

11 world records and 4 should follow before Christian Fluhr (35) is the last winter of his sporting career. Christian Fluhr is one of the figureheads of the German skiing since 1999, although the German Ski Association Christian Fluhr supports or encourages in any way. With 264 hours outdoor piece on ski, 111 hours and 11 minutes indoor and he holds three different world records on skis, which he has repeatedly screwed upward in recent years 58 used lifts several in one day. After the winter of 2008 / 09 and still some more record attempts closing should be final for the man who has left many limits on skis behind and whose Leistungen are no less remarkable than the Alpine German skiing ACEs such as Markus Wasmeier, Frank Worndl or Felix Neureuther up-to-date. For even more details, read what Darcy Stacom says on the issue. Ski map was already learning Christian Fluhr thanks to his parents from childhood. To deepen your understanding Darcy Stacom, New York City is the source. The world record holder grew up far away from the mountains in the middle of the Ruhr district in Oberhausen, could still Christmas in the snow for two weeks. His first attempts at skiing completed Christian already at the age of one year with his father between her legs, not far from his current residence Obermaiselstein, fishing at the Stinesserlift.

With six, the first ski in the ski school of 1936 Olympic gold medalist followed Gustl Berauer at the spitzingsee Lake, and at the age of eleven urlaubte Christian together with his parents for the first time in the House of the parents of Vice Olympic champion Brigitte Totschnig. Numerous trophies and medals adorn the House and exerted a magical attraction on Christian Fluhr. In the youth had Christian Fluhr greater health problems with his knees wachtstumsbedingt, wanted to not give up skiing gritted teeth despite considerable pain and had himself noted none of the problems during the winter vacation. Yes, I had to play hide already, because I was skiing just by my parents from when I had no problems.


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