|Sebastian Krimmer, who clinched the team bronze for Germany at the 2010 Worlds, told IG he plans to celebrate outside the gym during the upcoming holidays.
IG Online continues its yearly holiday series, bringing you the scoop on what the world's best gymnasts will be up to in the coming month!
After a successful year in which he clinched the team bronze for Germany at the world championships, Sebastian Krimmer told IG he plans to celebrate outside the gym during the upcoming holidays.
"Every year I'm looking forward to the holidays," said Krimmer, whose clutch performance on pommel horse at the worlds in Rotterdam assured Germany of third place. "I spend these days with my family and friends because it‘s important for me to celebrate with my loved ones."
The 20-year-old Krimmer said he is eager to catch up with family and friends on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve.
"On Christmas Eve we cook together, and afterward, we enjoy a great dinner with a lot of presents and fun, " he said. "New Year‘s Eve is the holiday which I spend with my friends. During the year I am travelling a lot, and this is a day where we all get together and I have the chance to celebrate with everyone."
Krimmer said he is already anticipating major competitions in 2011, including the European championships in Berlin and the worlds in Tokyo.
"My New Year's resolutions are to live healthier, and of course to travel to Berlin and Japan," he told IG.
Read more on Krimmer in the January/February 2011 issue of International Gymnast magazine. Click here to subscribe today!