Remo Fischer ends ends professional skiing career
Switzerland's Remo Fischer has decided to end his professional skiing career. The 32-year-old skier is going to become a manager of sports facilities of BASPO in Magglingen in August.
The 2014/15 season with the FIS Nordic World Championships in Falun (SWE ) should have been the last for Remo Fischer as an active top Cross-Country skier. Now, the end has come sooner than expected. Since 2003 Fishcer has worked 50% at BASPO will take over the position of the head of sports facilities and maintenance in August.
"I am still absolutely fit and healthy and could have continued to compete for a while. However, this job at BASPO is for me a huge opportunity," Remo Fischer commented.
Remo Fischer participated in his career in three Olympic Winter Games (2006, 2010 and 2014 ) and five FIS Nordic World Ski Championships. His best individual result in the World Cup was the 3rd place in 50km in Oslo 2008. In 2010 he was a member of the Swiss relay team, which won the World Cup in La Clusaz. He became a four-time individual and one relay Swiss Champion, in 2011 he won the Engadin Ski Marathon.
Swiss Ski press release