Benedikt Doll is a famous biathlete and a bronze medalist. Read more about his performance at the 2018 Olympic Games and his net worth.
Who is Benedikt Doll?
Benedikt Doll was born in 1990. He is a German biathlete. He competed in the 2013/14 and 2014/15 World Cup seasons, and represented Germany at the Biathlon World Championships 2015 in Kontiolahti. To be able to represent his company at the Biathlon World Championships 2015 was an honor forever. He came third in sprint in 2014/15 World Cup seasons in Khanty-Mansiysk. He also came second in pursuit there. At the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, Doll won a bronze medal in pursuit and a bronze medal again in relay. The 2018 Olympic Winter Games took place in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Doll won a gold medal at the 2017 Hochfilzen World Championships in sprint. He won a silver medal in relay in 2016 Oslo World Championships. From his biography, we come to know that Doll was born in Titisee-Neustadt and currently resides in Kirchzarten. He has trained in Club SZ Breitnau. He has studied Marketing and Sales from the Furtwangen college. He has been competing in the biathlon since 1998. Doll trained under Coach Mark Kirchner and Roman Bottcher. His hobbies include webdesign, cooking, photography, climbing and cinema. His father is a former mountain and long-distance runner with many titles. His mother was a marathon runner and so sports runs in his genes. He switched to biathlon when he was just 7. After completing his middle school, he moved to the Technical High School in Furtwangen and trained on a small biathlon facility in Schonwald.
Net worth of the biathlete
The net worth of the biathlete is currently under review.
His drive for the sport
An interviewer asked Doll about his drive, zest and passion for the biathlon to which he said that he often realizes that biathlon is a unique nature-loving profession. It’s nice to be able to work out in the open air every day. Also, the idea of evolving daily is very important to him on a personal level. Recognizing mistakes and weaknesses every day, working on them, then eliminating them and learning from them for the future, is an incentive and an incentive enough. What every athlete works for is the various seasonal highlights, whether the German Championships or the national and international races. Exercising on these competitions, alone and with the training group, is a lot of fun besides the effort and always brings new adventurous experiences.
Benedikt Doll is active on his Instagram page. One can follow him and check his personal photos and photos from his competitions on his Instagram page @benediktdollbiathlon.