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Junior Boy Player of the Year 2012: Interview with Andreas Schneider


Germany 21 Jun 2013 at 11:35 | Published by: Hans | Views: 7854 | News search

Junior Boy Player of the Year 2012: Interview with Andreas Schneider
Andreas Schneider cheering at the Youth World Championships in Bad Münder 2012  (Photo by Dennis Löschmann 2012)


Interview with Andreas Schneider (AS), Germany and SG Arheilgen

This interview was done the 10th of June 2013. Interviewer is Hans Bergström (HB).

HB: First of all congratulations to a great season of 2012 which lead to winning the title of “Junior boys player of the Year” on Minigolfnews by winning the expert vote and become second in the public vote. Did you expect to win this vote?

AS: Thanks, I did not expect that I would win the vote.

HB: So, can you tell our readers who is Andreas Schneider?

AS: I'm 20 years old, studying electrical engineering and information technology at the University of Applied Sciences. My hobbies are football, bike riding and meet with friends and of course minigolf.

HB: In the public vote you came second and in the expert vote you won. Which of the two votes do you consider the greatest honour?

AS: the expert vote for me is the greater honour, clearly it would be nice to have a few more fans.

HB: Can you tell us about the YWC in Bad Münder last year. What happened there with your own wording?

AS: I was just focused on my game and was able to show my full strength.

HB: Many internet spectators, including me, viewing the results from YWC in Bad Münder was quite amazed with the quality of the results. How do you think these winning team results for the German Girls and Boys will stand the comparison with the best teams in the World Championships in General Class played at the same courses this summer?

AS: I think the men are playing better than the youth boys. They will beat our scores by far. The ladies will play just as well or better than as the girls did.

HB: You are this year no longer a junior but competing in general class. How hard is it for you coming from the junior team to take a place in the national team of Germany in general class?

AS: It is more difficult than in youth, they have more experience and play all of a very high level. The competition is great because there are many good players.

HB: What do you think about the ending of the Bundesliga for your team Arheilgen ?

AS: I think we will take second place this year.

HB: So how do you feel about the upcoming season? How does your season planning look like for 2013?

AS: I'm looking forward to the next season, unfortunately I have next season not much time, have to concentrate on my studies, but still will play all game days.

HB: If you could recruit any player in the world, as long as it’s not a German, to play for your club SG Arheilgen, who would you pick?

AS: I would not change this team. It has much class as it is currently, we are all very well and have fun together.

HB: What happens next for you in Minigolf?

AS: Next season I try to play more tournaments to improve my game

HB: Again a big congratulation to winning the expert jury part of vote for “Junior Boy player of the Year” on Minigolfnews and good luck in the future.

AS: Thank you.



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MC Olten double winner in Swiss league

Switzerland 18 Jun 2013 at 18:31 | views: 6708 | Comments: 0

The very hot (around 30°C!) final league weekend was played on the home course of MC Eichholz Gerlafingen, the biggest rival of MC Olten, the last years. An old, tough course with squared bends instead of pipe bends, not easy for playing constantly low rounds. The ...
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Gerrit Below and Team Germany take the honours at the 2013 WAGM

Gerrit Below and Team Germany take the honours at the 2013 WAGM

United Kingdom 18 Jun 2013 at 10:44 | views: 6529 | Comments: 1

The third WMF World Adventure Golf Masters was held at the Pirate-themed Adventure Golf course in Hastings, England over the weekend of 15 & 16 June. This year saw the popular UK course host the event for the third year in a row and saw the biggest field yet to ...
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March WMF World rankings published

WMF 11 Jun 2013 at 08:28 | views: 5671 | Comments: 0

The March 2013 WMF World ranking list has been published, however a bit late. As usual in the March ranking list there are no major changes since no big international tournament has been played since last ranking list in November. One change though that has ...
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March WMF World rankings published

Uppsala defends a shrinking lead in Elitserien

Uppsala defends a shrinking lead in Elitserien

Sweden 10 Jun 2013 at 10:33 | views: 5137 | Comments: 0

The Swedish Elitserie headed up north to determine the second round of three and ended up in a sunny Sundsvall. The second round was played on the relatively easy but also quite challenging felt courses. Uppsala was in the lead after the first round of concrete in ...
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