3rd Snowparktour 2008
4th Chill and Destroy 2008
2nd Nebelhorn Classics 2007
25th Big Mountain Open Hochfügen 2011
Date of birth
Keep it real
Growing up at the southest village of germany in Oberstdorf he stood the first time on skis at the early age of three. In his youth he was a successful ski racer. After he finished his career he took part at several skier cross word cups until 2007. But his real passion was freeskiing and with the rise of the first bigger terrain parks in germany he was more on his home mountain Fellhorn to ride there than take part on regular training. He decided to focus on riding Freeski and so the first smaller successes came with.
After some bad injuries and a crucriate rupture he left the parks behind and went over to Big Mountain skiing. The creativity and the freedom of riding was always the inspiration he searched all the years for. Now he is taking part at several Big Mountain contest and also some filming with his friends if there is any free time during his studies at Innsbruck/Austria.
What is your favorite ski in the Collection?
Why do you like this ski?
I like this ski because of the fact that you can ride it on all conditions and in every kind of terrain.
What conditions do you use this ski for?
Mostly for powder and Big Mountain lines and it is also my contest ski
What other skis in the collection do you ride?
Can you tell us a little about each pair of skis, and about what sort of conditions you use them for?
Chopstick: This one I use for backcountry jibbing and to have fun on powder days mostly on pillow runs
What about bindings? What bindings do you use? And where do you mount them?
I use the Marker Duke on both skis.
On the chopstick I mount the binding in the middle and on the Katana 5 cm behind the middle.
What DIN do you have your bindings on?
Favorite skier: Eric Pollard
Home mountain: Nebelhorn/ Fellhorn
Ideal day in the mountains: Early at the morning with good weather hardly any people and lots of powder
How would you describe your style: Smooth
Your biggest breakthrough in your skiing career. There is no breakthrough I only try to give my best
Favorite place to ride: Area of Oberstdorf and Zillertal
What age did you start to ski: 3
What cant you live without: My laptop
Goals and plans: To qualify for the FWT