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Gino Mäder wanted to make the world a better place

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Gino Mäder wanted to make the world a better place

He was much more than a professional cyclist with the potential for great victories: Gino Mäder from Switzerland, who died in an accident, was inspired by the claim to be there for others. He proved that athletes don’t have to be selfish. His openness was extraordinary.

The conversations with Gino Mäder were so different from ordinary sportsman interviews that remembering them immediately after his accidental death feels unreal.

Severin Bigler / CHM

Becoming a cyclist was also a private mission for Gino Mäder. When he was 16 years old, his parents separated. He got on the roller at home that night and pedaled as hard as he could for an hour.

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