sky lifts-world record set by Christian Flühr and Sylvie Maier
10] Allgäu, Germany-- The World Record in the Allgäu succeeded.
Christian Flühr (34, www.cf-1.net, SC Pallas Berlin)
Maier (19, www.SnowAngel.de.ms) achieved a precision
landing with completing 60 different lifts within one day
in the Oberallgäu.
The start of THE Race Across THE Allgäu was on
Tuesday, 26th of February, at six o’clock in the early morning
at Riedberger Horn and ended almost 13 hours later in Germany’s
highest locality, the Oberjoch.
On their way through the skiing areas of the
Allgäu the athletes stopped over in ten stations between Söllereck
and Grünten Station.
The longest distance to go between two skiing
areas was the way from Ofterschwang to the Grüntenlifte, Rettenberg.
Also the Tyrolean enclave in the Allgäu, Jungholz,
was a setting of the felicitous World Record attempt.
At eight o'clock in the afternoon in the valley
station Herbert John, president of the Allgäu ski association,
handed out the certificate for the new world record. 'Everybody
is very glad the World Record worked like a charm and we are
sure the extraordinary idea of Christian Flühr contributes
to advertise how perfect the skiing conditions are in the
It was the first record for Sylvie
Maier but already the 10th for Christian
Flühr (in three different disciplines).
Maier's website: http://www.snowangel.de.ms
Flühr's website: http://www.cf-1.net