The former winter athletes Miriam and Felix Neureuther had their second child. "Welcome to the world, little boy! We are full of love," both wrote on their social media accounts. To this end, the cross-country skier and biathlete as well as the ex-ski racer posted a picture in which they can be seen with the older daughter Matilda and the baby.
As the newborn boy is called, the Neureuthers initially did not reveal. Both have been married since December 2017; Daughter Matilda was born in October 2017; Felix Neureuther, 35, ended his active career in the Alpine Ski World Cup in the spring. Miriam Neureuther, 29, who was called Gössner before the wedding, has not officially ended her career. At the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, she won silver in cross-country skiing. In 2011 and 2012 she won World Cup gold with the biathlon relay. It remains to be seen whether she will return to competitive sports. With 13 wins, Felix Neureuther is the most successful German Alpine in the World Cup, where he made his debut on January 4, 2003 in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. It was never enough for the really big single title. In his prime discipline slalom, he won World Championship silver in 2013 (2013) and bronze twice (2015/2017). With the team he won World Cup gold in 2005 and bronze in 2013.
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