Who’s Simon Schempp?
The History of SoccerSimon Schempp was created in 1988. Schempp also won three more gold medals from both were for being a part of this German Biathlon World Championships 2010 combined relay team from Khanty-Mansiysk and also for its German Biathlon World Championships 2017 combined relay team in Hochfilzen, along with another gold trophy was included in this German Biathlon World Championships 2015 men’s relay team at Kontiolahti. He won a bronze medal in the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at the 4 x 7.5 km occasion. He plays with the German group Skis Rossignol. In addition, he competed for Germany in the 2010 Winter Olympics and was able to finish in fifth position as part of this German group from the men’s relay. Simon Schempp enjoys riding bikes, cycling, visiting the theatre, and spending some time with friends. His spouse is Franziska Preuss. He could speak both German and English languages. He coached at the club SZ Uhingen of Germany under Coach Mark Kirchner who’s on a National level and trainer Thomas Baschab because of his psychological growth. His spouse is German biathlete Franziska Preuss, that was also chosen to compete in the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at Pyeongchang. They won a silver trophy collectively within Germany’s combined relay team in the 2016 World Championships in Oslo, Norway. He left his World Cup Debut – 2009 at Whistler, Canada. He had been suffering from back issues during practice sessions to the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at Pyeongchang. Schempp had broken some ribs in a motorcycle accident at September 2016. He needed to finish his 2010/11 season because he had been suffering from exhaustion. Back in September 2007, he hurt his knee and was out for 2 weeks. He had been roller-skiing and also a summer biathlon route when he crashed into a weapon. He sees the Norwegian biathlete Ole Einar Bjorndalen because his hero. The award will be presented from the DSV to realize outstanding performances within the year.
I’m very proud to be part of the new #bandofheroes story with the @rossignolracing team. We have shared an incredible adventure together in @kitzbuehel_tirol to celebrate our passion for racing and to encourage the next generation of heroes with athletes from all horizons. When we are together, age and medals won no longer matter, only hopes and dreams remain. JOIN THE BAND OF HEROES. Discover the full story in the bio link. #anotherbestday 📷 Eric Matheron Balaÿ / Snow Stories