In the end it’s the performance that counts. And just like the emotional return of the six time biathlon medal winner Simon Eder to the Atomic team, the test results for the Russian cross-country athlete also tipped the scales for Evgeniy Belov to change over to the Atomic Nordic Unit in preparation for the World Championship season. Just like Eder, Belov was also fascinated by the speed of the Redster set up in different conditions.
THE MISSING PIECE OF THE PUZZLE: UNIVERSAL PERFORMANCE
The 28 year old Russian is now at his best age for an athlete. After dramatic experiences in his career he carried out in-depth potential analyses of his own performance together with the top German cross-country trainer Marcus Cramer (who among other things was responsible for the revival of the Swiss cross-country team). The outcome: to be able to perform his best on the loipe Evgeniy also needs an individual material set up for constant performance.