Beat Feuz, a Swiss World Cup alpine ski racer, made a decision that surprised many. Specifically, the Swiss have made the decision to retire in the upcoming month. In light of his career success, it is redundant to mention the achievements he achieved during his career.
A number of trophies and victories have been won by Feuz throughout his career. It is well-known to true alpine skiing fans how much Feuz contributed to this sport and what he accomplished during his career. Using the Instagram platform, Fueuz sent a message to his fans.
After reaching a certain point in his career, he believes that the time has come for him to retire. “Pushing your limits and taking risks have been my passions in skiing for years,” Feuz wrote on Instagram.
“My feeling was often the key to success.
Now my feeling tells me: the physical limits have been reached."
Beat Feuz and his career
Beat now has other goals. He wants to spend as much time as possible with his family and devote time to them that he might not have been able to.
Feuz has nothing to regret. He succeeded in what many dream about, and he will end his career in great style. Now he has to focus on other things, and who knows, maybe we'll see him in a different role.
“I look forward to spending more time with my family and to the new challenges that will come into my life.
At the same time, I am incredibly grateful that I was able to pursue my passion for so long and was able to experience many emotional moments.
After 16 years in the Ski World Cup, I will end my active career as a competitive skier on January 21, 2023. I'm happy to be able to enjoy my favourite races in Wengen and Kitzbuhel for a last time”.