Sport hockey aces Hauke and Häner continue to Tokyo
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The hockey aces Tobias Hauke and Martin Häner are still on for a year and will only end their careers after the Olympic Games in Tokyo postponed this summer due to Corona. "It was a big challenge to get them to be there for another year," said men's national coach Kais al Saadi on Friday on the sidelines of a training camp in Krefeld. "Both have to prove their form, of course, but in top shape every nation can use the two," said the Hamburg-based duo.
The Hamburger Hauke (347 missions) is his captain. The 33-year-old world hockey player from 2013, Olympic champion from 2008/2012 and bronze winner from 2016 wanted to end his international career after the 2020 Summer Games, only to play for the HTHC Hamburg and join Hauke KG. In addition to the job in the family-run trading company for carbon and mineral oil products, he wanted to take care of family and friends more. But then came Corona.
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Like Hauke, the Berlin defense chief Häner is ready to postpone all plans for a year and to do the stress of preparation with around 100 days of hockey again. After gold and bronze, the 32-year-old could complete his medal collection in Tokyo with silver. "The relocation already changes the whole life plan that one had for this year," said the captain of the Berlin HC about 2020.
sport, job, family - "the triple burden is borderline," he admitted. And yet he continues. 261 international matches have "Dr. Hockey »competed and successfully studied medicine at the same time: Häner now works in orthopedics and trauma surgery at the Martin Luther Hospital in Berlin. But hockey is his great passion.
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