Lowitz has found joy and joy in skating again
The team recently completed a training camp in New Zealand. A great experience for Luitz with his new team. Overall, the man from SC Bolsterlang has rediscovered the joy of skiing. “I feel really, really good. We’re having fun, especially New Zealand has been really good right now and I’m looking forward to next time. I feel good and that’s what I wanted again. To just have fun.”
Lowitz with many setbacks in the past
Lowitz says he’s “lost a little bit of that positive feeling in the last few years.” “Just feeling the fast giant slalom swing again in an environment where I feel comfortable is really fun.”
Luitz has had a difficult and injury-plagued year: “He had two cruciate ligaments, but that’s the way it is. When things are going well, you don’t know exactly why they’re going well and when they’re not going well.” Things go well, sometimes the right key is missing to get back.” Now we have to find it again.
“Now I have a real feeling that I can feel where I was before again. Now all I have to do is build on that and create consistency and then I’m sure I can use the fast turns that I’ve already made,” Loetz said in an interview with Sports Expert. Winter at BR Felix Neureuther and Superintendent Philipp Nagel: “Line together.”
Loetz’s appeal has been postponed: he will probably not start in Sölden
The Allgäu native’s first competition probably won’t be the start of the World Cup in Sölden at the end of October. Since he did not collect enough FIS points last winter, he is not among the top 150 athletes in the world. Only these are eligible to start. Therefore, the resumption of sports activity will be delayed slightly.
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