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Fabian hambüchen 2019

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He then won the gold medal in the horizontal bar individual event final, becoming world champion on that event. In the vault individual event final, he placed 5th.

In , he was named the German Sportspersonality of the Year. At the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships the German team won the silver medal, with Hambüchen contributing on 5 events.

He qualified for 4 individual event finals, winning the bronze medal on floor, placing 5th on both vault and parallel bars, and defending his European title on the horizontal bar, making it his second consecutive European title on that event and third overall.

Going into the Summer Olympics in Beijing , Hambüchen was considered the favourite for the horizontal bar title and a strong contender for an all-around medal.

He qualified to 4 individual event finals including second into the all-around and was the top qualifier for the horizontal bar. The German team placed 4th in the team event final, with Hambüchen contributing scores on 5 events.

However in the all-around individual event final, Hambüchen fell on the horizontal bar and placed 7th. He then placed 4th in the floor and parallel bars individual event finals.

He then won his first Olympic Medal with a bronze in the horizontal bar individual event final. At the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships , Hambüchen won the individual all-around title and the floor title.

He also placed 7th in the vault and won the bronze medal in parallel bars individual event finals. He did not qulify for the high bar individual event final.

Hambüchen had to pull out of the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships due to an injury to his foot. He was considered a frontrunner for the all-around and horizontal bar titles.

At the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships , Hambüchen contributed scores on 5 events towards the German team winning the European title.

Individually, he placed 8th in the rings individual event final, and tied for the bronze medal with his teammate Philipp Boy in the horizontal bar individual event final.

At the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships , Hambüchen did not compete in the all-around due to an injured Achilles tendon, but he contributed scores on 3 events to the German team's bronze medal.

He also qualified to the parallel bars individual event fina, placing 4th, and the horizontal bar individual event fina where he won the bronze medal.

In January , Hambüchen tore his Achilles tendon, which kept him out of competition at the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Berlin.

He recovered in time for the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships where he once again contributed scores on 5 events in the team event final, and Germany finished 5th.

He competed all 6 events in qualifications but did not advance to the all-around individual event final due to the rule that only 2 gymnasts from each country can advance to an individual event final, as Philipp Boy and Marcel Nguyen both qualified ahead of Hambüchen.

He qualified to the horizontal bar individual event final where he placed 4th. In , Hambüchen once again missed the European Championships, as he wanted to focus on preparation for the Olympics.

At the Summer Olympics in London , he qualified 3rd into the all-round and 4th into the horizontal bar individual event final.

He contributed scores on 5 events to the German team's 7th place finish. However, he had multiple large mistakes in the all-around individual event final, once again including a fall from the horizontal bar, finishing in 15th place.

In the horizontal bar individual event final, he won his second Olympic medal, winning the silver behind Epke Zonderland of the Netherlands. At the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships , Hambüchen qualified to the horizontal bar individual event final but placed 6th after a fall.

In July, he compete at the Summer Universiade where the German team placed 4th. He also won silver in the floor individual event final behind Japan's Ryohei Kato.

He competed at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships where he won the bronze medal in the all-around individual event final.

He also finished in 7th place in the floor and won a silver medal in the horizontal bar individual event finals, once again in a close battle behind Zonderland.

At the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships the German team finished in 4th, with Hambüchen once again contributing scores on 5 events to the team total.

He qualified in second to the horizontal bar individual event final, but had a bad fall during the final and did not finish his routine, ending up in 8th place.

Hambüchen also finished in 8th place in the all-around individual event final but did not qualify to the horizontal bar individual event final after falling in qualifications.

Hambüchen did not compete in the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships. In June, he competed at the European Games where he finished 5th in the all-around and won the gold medal on the horizontal bar individual event finals.

In July, he competed at the Summer Universiade where he won the gold medal on the horizontal bar individual event final. In an exclusive interview with DW, the year-old speaks about the upcoming World Championships in China, and looks back at his stellar career so far.

The World Championships in Artistic Gymnastics are due to start in China at the end of this week, and the event is clearly an important stop on the path to the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

What goals do you have ahead of the event in Nanning? We are a good team and we want to reach the team finals. Reaching that stage should not be a problem.

Personally, I want to reach the final in the individual combined event and on the horizontal bar. Those are my goals to start with, and then, in the finals, anything is possible.

You just never know what will happen then. On the horizontal bar your biggest rival is Epke Zonderland from the Netherlands. He is an Olympic gold medallist and a World and European champion.

How can you beat him? In the last few years it's always been close between us. Earlier in the year, at the European Championships, I tried to do something new and I fell.

That's when I realized, I can't beat Epke at his own tricks. I have to work out how to progress in my own way.

I can't do that by increasing the difficulty of my routine, I just have to execute it better. I have worked on that in the last weeks and I'll be keen to see what results that now brings.

Your first big competition was at the Olympics in Athens. You have now been at the top of world gymnastics for a long time, some 10 years.

How have you been able to survive for so long? I started young and had great training from my father, who is still my coach.

It is amazing to be a gymnast for so long, but I never thought about it. It's always been clear to me: I will soon turn I realise now that I have a lot of experience, but I still go into every competition just as nervous as when I did 10 years ago.

Do you have to train differently now to be able to keep pace with the youngsters? A lot has changed.

Sometimes I sit there at training and joke that I would love to be in my early 20s again. Then I could train more extensively.

But, these days, I know where my strengths and weaknesses are and what is good for my body. Still, I try to practise new things and I realise quickly what works and what doesn't.

Gymnastics has changed a lot in the last few years. But I can still keep pace, and I think my training regime will keep changing.

Wouldn't it have made more sense to increase your training? Do your studies impact your ability to train now? After London I thought to myself, "Okay, now I'm in my mids.

When I finish gymnastics I want to be able to get into the workforce relatively quickly, I don't want to first get a job in my mids.

Of course, it is a huge job to coordinate it all. You arrive at university and at first you don't really know how everything works.

In the vault individual event final, he placed 5th. In , he was named the German Sportspersonality of the Year.

At the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships the German team won the silver medal, with Hambüchen contributing on 5 events.

He qualified for 4 individual event finals, winning the bronze medal on floor, placing 5th on both vault and parallel bars, and defending his European title on the horizontal bar, making it his second consecutive European title on that event and third overall.

Going into the Summer Olympics in Beijing , Hambüchen was considered the favourite for the horizontal bar title and a strong contender for an all-around medal.

He qualified to 4 individual event finals including second into the all-around and was the top qualifier for the horizontal bar. The German team placed 4th in the team event final, with Hambüchen contributing scores on 5 events.

However in the all-around individual event final, Hambüchen fell on the horizontal bar and placed 7th. He then placed 4th in the floor and parallel bars individual event finals.

He then won his first Olympic Medal with a bronze in the horizontal bar individual event final. At the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships , Hambüchen won the individual all-around title and the floor title.

He also placed 7th in the vault and won the bronze medal in parallel bars individual event finals. He did not qulify for the high bar individual event final.

Hambüchen had to pull out of the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships due to an injury to his foot. He was considered a frontrunner for the all-around and horizontal bar titles.

At the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships , Hambüchen contributed scores on 5 events towards the German team winning the European title.

Individually, he placed 8th in the rings individual event final, and tied for the bronze medal with his teammate Philipp Boy in the horizontal bar individual event final.

At the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships , Hambüchen did not compete in the all-around due to an injured Achilles tendon, but he contributed scores on 3 events to the German team's bronze medal.

He also qualified to the parallel bars individual event fina, placing 4th, and the horizontal bar individual event fina where he won the bronze medal.

In January , Hambüchen tore his Achilles tendon, which kept him out of competition at the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Berlin.

He recovered in time for the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships where he once again contributed scores on 5 events in the team event final, and Germany finished 5th.

He competed all 6 events in qualifications but did not advance to the all-around individual event final due to the rule that only 2 gymnasts from each country can advance to an individual event final, as Philipp Boy and Marcel Nguyen both qualified ahead of Hambüchen.

He qualified to the horizontal bar individual event final where he placed 4th. In , Hambüchen once again missed the European Championships, as he wanted to focus on preparation for the Olympics.

At the Summer Olympics in London , he qualified 3rd into the all-round and 4th into the horizontal bar individual event final. He contributed scores on 5 events to the German team's 7th place finish.

However, he had multiple large mistakes in the all-around individual event final, once again including a fall from the horizontal bar, finishing in 15th place.

In the horizontal bar individual event final, he won his second Olympic medal, winning the silver behind Epke Zonderland of the Netherlands.

At the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships , Hambüchen qualified to the horizontal bar individual event final but placed 6th after a fall.

In July, he compete at the Summer Universiade where the German team placed 4th. He also won silver in the floor individual event final behind Japan's Ryohei Kato.

He competed at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships where he won the bronze medal in the all-around individual event final.

He also finished in 7th place in the floor and won a silver medal in the horizontal bar individual event finals, once again in a close battle behind Zonderland.

At the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships the German team finished in 4th, with Hambüchen once again contributing scores on 5 events to the team total.

He qualified in second to the horizontal bar individual event final, but had a bad fall during the final and did not finish his routine, ending up in 8th place.

Hambüchen also finished in 8th place in the all-around individual event final but did not qualify to the horizontal bar individual event final after falling in qualifications.

Hambüchen did not compete in the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships. In June, he competed at the European Games where he finished 5th in the all-around and won the gold medal on the horizontal bar individual event finals.

In July, he competed at the Summer Universiade where he won the gold medal on the horizontal bar individual event final.

At the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships the German team did not qualify for the team final, and therefore missed automatic qualification for the Summer Olympics.

Earlier in the year, at the European Championships, I tried to do something new and I fell. That's when I realized, I can't beat Epke at his own tricks.

I have to work out how to progress in my own way. I can't do that by increasing the difficulty of my routine, I just have to execute it better.

I have worked on that in the last weeks and I'll be keen to see what results that now brings. Your first big competition was at the Olympics in Athens.

You have now been at the top of world gymnastics for a long time, some 10 years. How have you been able to survive for so long?

I started young and had great training from my father, who is still my coach. It is amazing to be a gymnast for so long, but I never thought about it.

It's always been clear to me: I will soon turn I realise now that I have a lot of experience, but I still go into every competition just as nervous as when I did 10 years ago.

Do you have to train differently now to be able to keep pace with the youngsters? A lot has changed. Sometimes I sit there at training and joke that I would love to be in my early 20s again.

Then I could train more extensively. But, these days, I know where my strengths and weaknesses are and what is good for my body. Still, I try to practise new things and I realise quickly what works and what doesn't.

Gymnastics has changed a lot in the last few years. But I can still keep pace, and I think my training regime will keep changing.

Wouldn't it have made more sense to increase your training? Do your studies impact your ability to train now?

After London I thought to myself, "Okay, now I'm in my mids. When I finish gymnastics I want to be able to get into the workforce relatively quickly, I don't want to first get a job in my mids.

Of course, it is a huge job to coordinate it all. You arrive at university and at first you don't really know how everything works.

Suddenly I could only train once a day. The first semester was a bit of a journey of discovery for me. After that though, I got things under control and organized my courses so that I could train in the mornings and at midday, and I study in the other times.

That is a big daily load but we have coordinated it well. The distance between Cologne and my home in Wetzlar is considerable, so my father comes to Cologne sometimes, and other times I travel to Wetzlar.

It hasn't been a problem for the last few years. The World Championships last year were great and I was fitter than ever.

With 35 domestic titles, Fabian Hambüchen is the most successful gymnast in Germany. On the horizontal bar, his favorite discipline, he has been World Champion once and European Champion three times, as well as picking up two Olympic medals.

But a disappointing performance in Beijing and a string of injuries nearly derailed his career. Now he's back, hoping for redemption. Fabian Hambüchen won gold at the Rio Games - and then retired.

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