Pascal Hens on TV: “Take me as a dancing baker”

The list of sporting successes is long: Hen won with the German Handball National Team 2004 the European Championship and Olympia Silver, 2007 followed the coronation as a world champion in Germany. There are also a German Championship (2011), two DHB Cups (2006, 2010) and the Champions League Title (2013). With the HSV Hamburg, Hens has shaped an era in 13 years before he almost finished his career after short stations in Midtjylland and Balingen in 2017 almost secretly, still and quietly.

Hens is a person with many talents, which came to wear only after the active career. The 2.03 meter-Hüne is likely to be the most popular ambassador of handball in German entertainment television. Participation in “Eternal Heroes” 2018 followed the Triumph at “Let’s Dance” in the following year, he stood in the final at “The Great Prom Baked” and sat down at “beat the Star” against football world champion Kevin Großkreutz.

I believe that it could not hurt to transport a little more glamor into the handball halls.

Pascal Hens

“Handball is a worker sport,” says Hens in the newest edition of “Bock on handball”, which appears on February 22, “We are miles away from a glitter world. Nevertheless, I believe that it could not hurt a little more glamor to transport in the handball halls. ” The next appearance in the limelight is for a good cause. At “Showtime of My Life Stars Against Cancer”, Hens is sometimes committed to pension examinations of breast, prostate and testicular cancer on Tuesday night.

“Handball has been my life. Now people take me as the dancing baker who played handball,” says Hens with a laugh. “His” sport he is still connected as a TV expert: “This job makes me really like.”

Successor HeineVetter and Casting?

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Anyone who could follow him from the active handhallers to the entertainment industry one day? Silvio Heine Vetter is a candidate, so also international Timo Kastening. “Timo is clever and did not fall on the mouth. He’s going well,” Hens is convinced.