The season opener in Soelden on Saturday begins the farewell tour of the German ski star Maria Riesch-Hofl. Long as they do not want to hit the slopes. She is tired of the criticism and increasingly homesick.
(52) is a man of many talents.Composer, rock singer and what many do not know, renowned photographer. Recently, the Canadian has a sponsor for a handful photographed starters from the Alpine Ski World Cup, including the German-Hofl Maria Riesch. He then said to have been quite impressed. Reported is a quote that was shooting "was departing" from beginning to end. Whatever it may mean.
Rocker 1997, as Adams scored a chart hit with the title "18 Till I Die" ("18 till I die"). Maria Höfl-Riesch was still at school. Today, at 27, she moves into its twelfth season in the World Cup circuit - and feels just very few really young. In fact, rather unmistakable: Germany's best all-around skier increasingly concerned with their careers end.
"Sometime's it. I have already achieved a lot of fun, but all of my goals. I notice how it eats away at my body, year after year," frequent rider Hofl-Riesch said in an interview with Welt Online. "I do not really complain, but the number of traveling round and the race program ..." 37 races plus the championship provides for their plan. "At 19, 20 I has ever not mind: always on the move, every week in a different place now I'm married, much more mature, have some idea of the afterlife.." An urge will grow ever stronger, she says, "to be home." After coquetry it does not sound.