"As a 29-year-old was shot skidskyttetränaren Wolfgang Pichler with several shots as he lay in his bed."
"– There came in a person in my room and said: “I shall assassinate you.” He stood with a gun in my bedroom, " he says."
"Wolfgang Pichler, 64, has been a trainer for the Swedish biathlon team since 1995. In 2011 he took over the Russian national team, but since 2015 he is back in Sweden."
"Now he aims and's squad members to take the medals in the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in Östersund, sweden, 7-17 march."
"the German has lived an eventful life – one of the most unforgettable and dramatic events he talks about in Friday's episode of Skavlan, which are broadcast in BBC1 at 21.00."
"It is not, however, if something memorable idrottsögonblick, but rather an assassination attempt that Pichler had in 1984. Back in 2007, told Pichler about the incident in an interview with Sportbladet."
"”this was a short life”"
"The then-29-year-old Pichler ended up in the middle of a svartsjukedrama and was shot in his bed in the German skidskytteidyllen Ruhpolding."
"– There came in a person in my room and said: “I shall assassinate you.” He stood with a gun in my bedroom. I went against him and tried to disarm him, but then he shot six shots. Three of them went into my body, " he says and continues:"
"– My first thought when I saw him standing there was: “this was a short life that I got”. It was so I thought right then."
"Fredrik Skavlan: Were he met you?"
"– Here on the upper arm, the shot went out here (pointing at the back). I have three shots in my body."
"Were you conscious? Or were you unconscious?"
" I fought against him, then I ran after him. But then I fell over."
"was in a hospital for a week."
"In the old interview with Sportbladet, from 2007, said Wolfgang Pichler that he was hit by four shots, rather than three."
"least one ended with the woman it was about was shot dead by the man before he took his own life."
"It was tough," said Pichler."
"After the shooting incident he was forced to be in hospital for a week with injuries in the arm and back."