Who’s Andreas Wellinger?
The World CupHe’s got an impressive elevation of 5’10 and his elevation helps him win his stunts, since he is so tall. He shot to fame after winning gold and by winning medals in also the 2017 Ski Jump World Championships along with the 2014 Winter Olympics. Wellinger won a silver. His World Cup end is fourth at the 2016/17 year old. He has won in Wisla and at the 2017/2018 year throughout the 2013/2014 year in Nizhny Tagil. His breaking gold triumph in 2018 Pyeogchang at Regular Hill was the very best in his career up to now. Performances and his wins have been continuous resulting Wellinger to collect millions of fans onto Instagram pages and his own Twitter.
Career so farKuusamo FISWellinger made his debut in hill in Lillehammer at FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in 2012 while at contest. At the next round, he dropped into location although he even took the lead. In 2012, he won the huge hill team occasion in Kuusamo and two medals were obtained by him in Sochi and Engelberg. 393 points were made by him and finished in 20th place. In addition, he finished the Four Hills Tournament in location. At Wisla 2014, Wellinger won following that and was encouraged to represen the ski jump group of Germany . Wellinger won a golden medal with Germany afterwards and took position on hill that was little. The 2013/2014 year was finished by him and he started season 2014/2015 at Klingenthal. Unfortunately he broke his collarbone and had a fall. He jumped to the 6th of March at Lahti. Andreas Wellinger won a gold medal in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games in the Men’s Regular Hill Individual Ski Jumping event. He won the silver at the Team Ski Jumping occasion of the Men in the Men’s Individual Big Hill Ski Jumping occasion, and another silver as part of the German Team.
Andreas during press conference pic.twitter.com/8dQN1qeRH4
— Andreas Wellinger (@andy_wellinger) January 22, 2017
Net worth of This jumper
Skiing at the Ski ResortThe net worth of the jumper Andreas Wellinger is under wraps.