Good news for all mountain bike interested: The cooperation between Sina Frei and the Davos Klosters destination is going into the next round. The contract, which was signed even before the big successes, is being extended for another year until the end of 2023. Already in the first year, the cooperation has more than proven itself for both parties.
For the Olympic silver medallist and world champion, the destination Davos Klosters has become toa second home: "I am very much looking forward to working with Davos Klosters again next year," says Sina Frei. "The region is a great training base for me. The infrastructure for training and regeneration is excellent and I always feel very comfortable there." With around 700 kilometres, the destination of Davos Klosters has the largest single trail network in Switzerland.
Destination Davos Klosters is also delighted about the continued cooperation. Reto Branschi Director/CEO of Destination Davos Klosters: "In this first year, Sina has already celebrated incredible successes with the Olympic silver medal and the world championship title. You almost forget that at the age of 25 she still has her future ahead of her. We are very happy about the further cooperation and are incredibly proud to have Sina as our ambassador. As a symbol of the continued cooperation, Sina Frei received, among other things, an original Davos sledge from the Ardüser joinery.
The European and World Championships ahead
Sina Frei is currently in Davos Klosters, where she is preparing for the European and World Championships. Unfortunately, the season has not yet gone according to plan. Before the World Cup in Lenzerheide, the 25-year-old had to struggle with gastrointestinal problems. Recently she was ill again and had to cancel the altitude training. Nevertheless, the European Championships in Munich (11 - 21 August 2022) and World Championships in Les Gets (24 - 28 August 2022) remain her big goal. "I will give everything to be in top form at the European Championships and the World Championships. I hope that I am now over it, can fully focus on training and take another step," said Sina Frei in an interview with "Blick".