Athlete profile

David Siegel -

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Successes:

Two-time junior world champion

Two-time German champion

1 World Cup win

Birthday: 8/28/1996

Profession: Federal police officer

Club: SV Baiersbronn

Hobbies: Board games and game nights with friends, playing soccer and volleyball

Role model: My sports role model is Andreas Wellinger. Some people in our community are role models for me with regard to my faith in God.

What's important to me:

Having a living relationship with my faith in Jesus Christ. Studying the Bible and exchanging views with other Christians. Because this gives me direction, support, confidence and security, and it helps me to realize again and again that sports are not everything in life.

This is a very nice, generous partnership. It places great emphasis on trust and farsightedness. [...] I enjoy seeing how our partnership and connection are getting closer and stronger. [...]

David Siegel // Ski jumper

Career

David discovered ski jumping at the age of five and started training with SV Baiersbronn. 2014 marked his debut in the Continental Cup. In 2016 he won gold in individual and team events at the Junior World Cup in Rasnov. This was followed by his World Cup debut at the New Year's ski jumping in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, where he finished 16th. In the 2017/18 season David mainly competed in the Continental Cup but was able to jump in the World Cup again the following season. In 2019 he celebrated his first World Cup victory, and in the team jumping competition in Zakopane he landed at the top of the podium alongside the German team. He was seriously injured in the following individual jump competition and was not able to compete again until the summer of 2020.

Biathlon relay with Viessmann sponsoring
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Our passion for winter sports

Viessmann has been involved in winter sports for over 25 years. What began back then as a partnership with individual top athletes now encompasses three sports, two international federations and the support of more than 20 athletes.

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