Sporthilfe athletes voted Anne Hogg second in the ‘Sportswoman of the Month’ election in October. “Athlete of the Month” for October was world gymnastics champion Lukas Dauser.
World gymnastics champion Lukas Dauser has been voted ‘Athlete of the Month’ for October by nearly 4,000 athletes supported by Sporthilfe. The 30-year-old won the gold medal in the parallel bars at the World Gymnastics Championships in Antwerp with a perfect routine and thus Germany’s first world title in artistic gymnastics in 16 years. For the Bavarian native, who won silver at the Olympics in 2021 and at the World Championships in 2022, it was a dream come true: “It was always my goal to hear the German national anthem at a big competition. I did it. It’s incredibly beautiful.” ” Top German athletes honored Dauser’s outstanding performance with first place in the “Athlete of the Month” election. Unlike the general elections or general elections, only the best young athletes and the best athletes in Germany vote here: internally, giving the award a very special status. touches.
Bayreuth triples player Anne Hauge finished second in the Sporthilfe election. The 40-year-old came second at the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii, achieving the fastest marathon time ever there, and completed her Ironman medal collection with a World Championship silver.
The men’s national volleyball team took third place. The German team won the silver medal at the European Championships in Italy, managed to keep the match open for a long period in the final and only had to concede defeat to Bosnia and Herzegovina after five sets.
Anne Hoag – Review of the “Athlete of the Month” election.
Anne Hough has been nominated four times in her career for outstanding achievements by the Athletes Committee of DOSB, SPORT1 and Sporthilfe.
In October 2012, Anne Hauge became the new German Olympic distance triathlon champion and was named “Athlete of the Month” for the first time. In the final World Cup race in Auckland, New Zealand, Hogg made history twice. Her victory in the Olympic distance race marked the first German victory in the World Series, which was introduced in 2009. It meant that Haug also secured second place in the overall World Championship standings – the best ever position for a German triathlete at the time.
In April 2013, Anne Hogg was again the ‘Athlete of the Month’. The triathlete won the opening race of the World Championship series over the Olympic distance in Auckland, New Zealand and leads the overall standings after the first two races. Hogg followed up her win in Auckland with a fourth place two weeks later in San Diego, USA, thus successfully defending her lead in the overall standings.
Anne Hough finished third here after her historic Ironman win in Hawaii and was placed just behind Malika Mihambu. Extraordinary talent Niklas Kaul was the Athlete of the Month in October 2019. He shone by winning his world title in the decathlon at the IAAF World Championships in Doha.
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