The International German Youth Championship in the Super-G after the women was held for the men at the regional center in Gotsen. The hygiene requirements were as strict for women and athletes as they now know what to look for in terms of masks and distances. The organizer club was WSV Bischofswiesen, who was able to do an excellent race on a sensational slope down the slope with trainers and supervisors. Only one runner was eliminated.
The fastest athlete in this speed race was Owen Winter of Great Britain with a second hundredth place of one second, Austrian Fabian Bakler, and then just 15 seconds behind Jacob Schramm (born 1999) from SC Bad Ab. Fourth place went to Maximilian Cassick (Austria), who took Linus Vitté back in fifth place from SC Bad Ebling in tenth of a second. For Witte, this strong performance also means the title of German Youth Champion in the Super-G2021, in the U21 category (born between 2000 and 2002). Runner-up SC Garmisch (10th overall) went from Luis Vogt to TSV Hemenkirch (8th overall) to Felix Lindenmayer.
U18 class athletes also showed very good performance and were able to keep pace with older drivers. Cedric Hüssel from SV Routlingen finished 15th overall, earning him the title of German Youth Champion in the U18 category. Fen-Jorgen Sachan from SC Partenkirchen (19th overall) and Matthias Kageder from WSV Summerberg (21st) completed the podiums in 2003 and 2004.
After the German Youth Championship, there was also a FIS Super-G, in which all athletes competed for the second time. Here the Austrians celebrated a double victory with Fabian Bachler and Maximilian Cassic. Elvis Opmanis finished third ahead of two Germans Jacob Schram and Luis Vogt. As the third local driver, Linus Vitté was in seventh place.
Andreas Ertl, junior head of the German Ski Association, praised the trainers responsible for the field and the Götschen team for the excellent conditions at the final awards ceremony and were also very satisfied with the performance of the junior athletes. hw