Video: Behind the Scenes of Nina Hoffmann's 2021 Season in Episode 1 & 2 of Generation F

Apr 25, 2022 at 7:49
by Ed Spratt  

bigquotesDownhill Mountainbiker Nina Hoffmann is ambitious: she wants to be the best. The mountain biker is currently extremely successful. Sports legend Kathy Sessler describes her as the "biggest stand out female" in downhill mountain biking since the 90's. But Nina is also anxious what might happen when things don't go well any more. Could her self-doubt get in her way? Generation F – Die Dokuserie


bigquotesIt's getting serious - the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup starts with the first competition in Leogang. Downhill rider Nina is ready to go - until an accident throws her back and jeopardizes her participation. Nina's career has been going so well. Now she has to battle the physical but also mental consequences of the setback. Will she still be able to compete? Generation F – Die Dokuserie



9 Comments

  • 4 1
 At least Nina is the first DH athlete who gets featured on german television AFAIK. MTB and DH sport in Germany is usually worth a 1 minute report from Olympics and Worlds if any, no EWS or IXS.
  • 3 0
 Maybe Sessler never heard about Rachel Atherton....must be bevor the 90's when she had a perfect season...

Sorrybut Nina is miles away from this woman : P
  • 2 1
 I like Nina and its nice to see that she got a decent bit of support this yeare
  • 5 6
 "Sports legend Kathy Sessler describes her as the "biggest stand out female" in downhill mountain biking since the 90's."

To be honest I don't think so.
  • 4 2
 Do you believe they faked that video sequence?
  • 2 1
 @tofhami: I hope so! Otherwise it would be really embarrassing.
  • 5 2
 Peat, Minnaar, Bryceland, Vergier. Sessler clearly knows nothing about talent.
  • 3 1
 @powturn: What do Peat, Minnaar, Bryceland, Vergier have to do with that ? Nina is a talented rider, no question. I like watching her ride, her win in Maribor was amazing. But when it comes to "biggest stand out female in downhill since the 90's", you can't forget Anne Caroline Chausson, Rachel Atherton, Myriam Nicole or Vali Hoel, just to name a few.
  • 2 0
 Sounds very over hyped taking into account that Nina has won a WC race only once in her career. And like @Ricolaburle said it is not hard to name few other riders who have won much more since 90's.





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