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Fos-Bos: Special class for talented sportsmen

2021-08-02T04:38:58.973Z

Unterschleißheim / Landkreis - Young athletes will find the space they need at the Fos-Bos Unterschleißheim to combine training and learning. Since the 2018/2019 school year, the technical college has been the "Elite School of Sports" and partner of the Munich Olympic Training Center.



Unterschleißheim / Landkreis - Young athletes will find the space they need at the Fos-Bos Unterschleißheim to combine training and learning.

Since the 2018/2019 school year, the technical college has been the "Elite School of Sports" and partner of the Munich Olympic Training Center.

To be qualified for the Olympics, to compete with international competitors.

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The Tokyo Summer Games inspire with great emotions.

What it means to be in top competitions, some students of the Fos-Bos Unterschleißheim can understand very well.

Since the 2018/2019 school year, the technical college has been the "Elite School of Sports" and partner of the Munich Olympic Training Center.

Viola John attends the competitive sports class established in the industry.

The athlete sprints towards championship titles on the tartan track and at the same time prepares for the technical diploma.

After the summer vacation, she is in the twelfth grade.

Her greatest success in sport so far was second place at the German championships in the 100 meter hurdles.

Training before school

The 18-year-old has had an exciting time. Since she was 16, Viola concentrated more and more on sprints and hurdles. The training became more intense. After graduating from the girls' secondary school in Pasing, she moved to Unterschleißheim in order to be able to better combine school and training. The hurdler, who comes from the south of Munich, moved into a room in the “House of Athletes” in Milbertshofen. "I'm so closer to school and training." At first she missed her home, "It makes a difference whether you live alone, but you quickly learn to be independent."


The 18-year-old doesn't have much time to think about it anyway.

Twice a week, Viola starts training at 8 a.m. in the Werner-von-Linde-Halle.

In ten minutes she can be in the Olympic Park by bike.

Then she takes public transport to Lohhof.

Lessons in the sports class start at 9.55 a.m.

The school day lasts until 3:30 p.m.

Then she has an hour and a half off until the next training session starts at 6 p.m.

And then she hasn't done any homework or studied for an exam.

If the grades are bad, the training is cut short

Sport is always an issue in her class.

“Some come straight out of the pool with wet hair,” says Viola.

Others can be recognized from afar by their huge training bags.

Sebastian Kaun wears a polo shirt in the colors of TSV Großhadern, a federal eagle on his chest.

The squad athlete works his way up to ever new top performances on the judo mat and won the German championship title in 2020.


Liveliness in the classroom

Class teacher Marco Malenoff knows the challenges of learning and hard training. As a player in upscale amateur football at SV Heimstetten, he himself trained four times a week during his studies. As a teacher, he is now also the point of contact for the trainers at the Fos-Bos, whom he meets regularly at the Olympic base in the Munich North Gymnasium. If athletes are absent from competitions or training camps, they can make up for missed lessons with the subject teachers. “We want to enable them to stand on two pillars. If the grades are not correct, the students' training is cut short because they are supposed to graduate. ”The two years leading up to the technical diploma are intensive, says Malenoff. A time that he likes to accompany, full of challenges, shaped by a sense of community and sportsmanship."You can feel a great liveliness in the classroom."


Source: merkur

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