Athlete profile

Marina Sauter -

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Successes:

Junior world champion

Bronze at Junior World Championships

Birthday: 4/23/1997

Profession: Chief customs guard & student

Club: DAV Ulm

Hobbies: Baking, mountain treks, meeting up with friends

Role model: Sustainability, especially in the food industry. I like regional and seasonal products, preferably what I grow myself in my own garden, and I try to avoid packaging waste as much as possible and buy unpackaged goods.

What's important to me:

Sustainability, especially in the food industry. I like regional and seasonal products, preferably what I grow myself in my own garden, and I try to avoid packaging waste as much as possible and buy unpackaged goods.

I am delighted that Viessmann continues to have confidence in me – despite the many competitions I’ve missed in recent years due to injury – and will provide me with the best possible support on my journey.

Marina Sauter // Biathlete

Career

At the age of ten, Marina starts biathlon training in the biathlon center in Dornstadt. In 2013, she switches to the sports boarding school in Furtwangen and three years later, after graduating from high school, she takes part in Junior World Cup for the first time – in Cheile Gradistei. In the same year, she gets her first entries in the IBU Junior Cup and starts at the European Junior Cup. In the 2017/18 season, Marina wins her first IBU Junior Cup. After a long injury break Marina wants to get back at full speed this season. After a long injury break Marina now wants to attack again.  

Biathlon relay with Viessmann sponsoring
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