After graduation I started studying geodesy, broke off studies halfway through and decided to leave Austria. I went to London, worked in pubs, for a national poll company and as a part-time model to pay the rent, before being ordered back to Austria to do the mandatory military service.
I then went to Cyprus as a member of the United Nations. On my return, I attended and graduated from the College for New Design. After many years as a designer, I now, finally, decided to give sports journalism a go. It has been a dream of mine for quite some time, but I always found excuses not to go for it.
I will start an 18-month education for mechatronics in March 2014, but I intend to go on writing for Bleacher Report whenever my schedule allows.
I have been playing team sports for nearly three decades now and I still love competing as well as watching and analysing games.
Glad I could help, Kurt.
no worries, Kurt. I liked the choice of topic a lot. —Pete
No problem, Kurt. I enjoyed the read!
Thanks for the edits!
Thanks for the edit Kurt!
Thanks for the edits, Kurt. Saved me a bit of embarrassment there! Much appreciated.
Thanks once again for the edits, Kurt! A couple of ridiculous errors on my part (Shakes head), haha. Greatly appreciated.
Thanks for the edit, Kurt. I was hoping you could take another look at the column. At the bottom of the piece, I tried to add a twitter button by using the html but I must have done it wrong. Can you fix it and let me know what I did wrong? I appreciate it.
Thanks for the edit and the feedback Kurt!
Thanks for the edits and feedback, Kurt. Much appreciated!