The invitation of the DBB inspires in the final

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Basketball talent Iserlohn, Linus Trettin, wins the federal youth camp in Heidelberg with the WBV selection.

Big success for basketball player Iserlohn, Linus Trettin. The talent of 14-year-old TuS Iserlohn Kangaroos, who has been a member of the West German Basketball Federation for several years, has won the title of national team champion with the WBV at the federal youth camp in Heidelberg and was also invited to the nomination course for the formation of the U16 national team.

Iserlohner, 1.90 m tall, is part of the new Kangaroo support team since this summer and enjoys a particularly intensive training program with six other club players. The pupil of the Märkisches gymnasium can be used on both wing positions, but also in the play structure. In addition to his involvement in the team of kangaroos under 16, he plays also for Phoenix Hagen in the junior JBBL Bundesliga.

Added to this are the courses and missions of the WBV team, where the coach of the association Michael Kasch relies on its qualities. Confidence justified Linus Trettin and his teammates last weekend in Heidelberg.

In four days, the team had five games to complete and sat in the final in the 16-team squad of the federation against the Niedersachsen / Bremen team with a time of 59:54. "I have seen the work come to fruition.The appointment for the DBB camp is the reward of the many workouts," summed up Linus Trettin after the successful weekend of Heidelberg.

National coach Fabian Villmeter completed his pre-match sightings and selected 39 of the 200 tournament players for the first nomination round of the DBB. Linus Trettin was one of seven players. He was very happy with his appointment. For his local coach, Milos Stankovic, it was the logical consequence of a hard workout that the youngster was doing six days a week.

Several training sessions and a maximum of two games per weekend are on the program of the student, who is very determined. "He is one of our most talented club players," said Stankovic, remembering, "The more talented a player has, the more he has to train." After Monday's release, Linus Trettin's new workout week begins with a mix of groups and teams. Individual training in Iserlohn and Hagen.

Michael Dahmen, the kangaroo manager, is also very pleased with the success of the young child and says: "We must also remember that Linus belongs to the youngest year and is still one of the best players in Phoenix Hagen and the selection WBV The invitation to the course is a recognition of that success Dragan Torbica and Milos Stankovic have done a good job there. "As Linus Trettin is linked to the Kangaroos by a five-year contract because of his affiliation with the support framework, it is unlikely that the same thing is happening so far here. the young is included in the team of the first team.

Great commitment of the Trettin family in the club

In addition, Dahmen praises the great commitment of the family of seven Trettin in the club. The two elder brothers of Linus, Jonas and Paul, occupy the box office and the LED wall, the father Lars help with the video recording of ProB games. And younger brother Julius is very successful in the under-12 category – no doubt a passionate basketball family.

Linus Trettin continues a beautiful tradition in Iserlohn basketball. In the 1990s, Matthias Grothe and Tobias Rawohl won the WBV in Heidelberg, making the leap into the national team, where Dirk Nowitzki was part of the teammates. "At the time, we were the only club to have put two players," said former Paris coach Konstantinidis to this day. And about ten years ago, Arne Bencker celebrated the WBV victory in Heidelberg.