Allendorf (Eder) - Next Monday, 01.03.2021, it's that time again: After two successful Viessmann daheim shows, the company invites you to the next and, for the time being, last edition of this format from the studio in Allendorf. The show starts at 6:30 pm.
In Studio Vi presenter Tom Meiler will guide viewers through the show. This time the guest in the studio is cross-country skier Tobias Angerer. Together they will look at the current highlight of winter sports - the Nordic World Ski Championships in Oberstdorf. With Johannes Rydzek, Eric Frenzel and Markus Eisenbichler, the absolute top athletes of the Viessmann Team live from Oberstdorf. The ski jumpers Katharina Althaus and Richard Freitag will also be there.
Studio Vi will not only take a look at the sporting events in Oberstdorf, but will also go behind the scenes. Johannes Rydzek will report on his beginnings in the Nordic combined and what and who inspired him to take the path as a competitive athlete. Viewers will learn from Eric Frenzel how the team concept is lived out in the Nordic combined, and Richard Freitag will report on how he wants to fight his way back from his current dip in performance.
Expert Tobias Angerer is not only a long-standing Viessmann brand ambassador and former world-class cross-country skier, but also DSV Vice President and is strongly committed to young talent here. Together with Viessmann Head of Marketing Ivo Hoevel and Tom Meiler, he will talk about the promotion of young talent in the German Ski Association, the modernised sports facilities in Oberstdorf and what Viessmann has contributed to them. In both new facilities in Oberstdorf, the ski jumping and cross-country skiing stadium, the choice fell on climate solutions from Viessmann.
can follow the show again via the Viessmann Sport channels on Facebook or
YouTube. Here you can also go directly to the livestream on Monday or viewers
can register in advance for the Facebook event to ensure there is no chance of
missing the show: https://www.facebook.com/events/3298362533598072.