Alpine ski all-rounder Remay moves from Canada to Germany

Alpine ski all-rounder Remay moves from Canada to Germany

Status: 19.10.2022 11:47 AM

New face in German alpine skiing women: Ronnie Remme will drive for Germany in the future.

German Alpine women get podium-experienced reinforcements. Canadian-born Ronnie Remme would start for the German Ski Association in the future. “I feel honored and very excited to drive for Germany”Reme, 26, explained on Instagram.

One World Championship, Two Olympics, One World Cup Podium

All-rounder Remay has participated in 65 World Cup races so far in his career, the 2018 and 2022 Olympics and the 2019 World Ski Championships. His best performance was second at the Alpine Combined World Cup in February 2019. Remme, whose grandmother is German, also finished in the top 10 at the World Cup three times.

In May 2022, an application for a change of nation was made to the world federation FIS. The newcomers to the German Ski Association have now only gone public via Reme’s Instagram post on October 12, 2022.

No German ski racer has won more World Cup races than him – Katja Weber, née Seisinger, celebrates her 50th birthday on May 10, 2022.

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