Already under the spotlight in August during the European Championships in Munich, Alsatian gymnastics has continued to ride the wave since the start of the school year.
This time around, the gymnasts in the district were victorious not in front of the jury but in front of the general public. Following Meistratzheimoise Aline Friess (SR Obernai), the first winner of the Alsace Sports and DNA Awards at the launch of the competition, her Haut-Rhin counterpart was Benjamin Osberger (La Munstérienne) who was elected an Alsace athlete in September 2022.
“It is an honor to be with these two great athletes.”
The gymnast from Griesbach-au-Val, the “entrant” at Pôle France in Antibes for more than ten years now, has won 48% of the vote, ahead of the Mulhouse trio Maxime Hueber-Moosbrugger (32%) and footballer Ostofen Jonathan Claus ( 20%).
“It is an honor for me to be next to these two great athletes and so proud to receive this award!”, the winner rejoiced. “This is a vote that is open to the public and I wanted to thank everyone who voted for me.”
In total, the number of Internet users www.lalsace.fr and www.dna.fr She participated in the vote, the same success she had when Allen Friese was named Female Athlete of the Month for August 2022.
Quatrième de la finale aux arçons pour ses premiers championnats d’Europe seniors in Munich This time. The French international, who celebrated his 21st birthday on 1Verse October, he immediately learned that he had been selected for the next world championship, from October 29 to November 6, in Liverpool (UK).
On the first Tuesday of every month, journalists from Sports Services in Alsace and DNA propose choosing the athlete of the month via an online vote that is open for a week. Next meeting is on Tuesday 1Verse November to learn about the three candidates for the month of October.
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