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“Beat was an absolute rascal”

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Ambrosi Hoffmann – here at the 2011 World Championships in Garmisch – was Beat Feuz’s first roommate in the World Cup.


Marcel W. Perrenreporter sports

Beat Feuz did not succeed in the second to last race of his career as desired. Last year’s winner had to be content with two World Cup points in 28th place. Ambrosi Hoffmann from Davos is following the Emmentaler’s farewell tour with particular interest. The 45-year-old, who won the bronze medal at the 2006 Olympic Super-G, was Kugelblitz’s first roommate in the World Cup circus.

Hoffmann remembers: «Beat shared a room with me for the first time at the 2007 World Cup finals in Lenzerheide, where he made his debut at the highest level as the newly crowned Junior World Champion. His demeanor was personable – but very self-confident. He was not shy when dealing with established racing drivers. Beat was an absolute rascal, in a good way. And in 14th place, he also classified himself in the points at his premiere in the World Cup. »

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