Your younger brother, Christoph, is a talented discus thrower, how good is he going to be?
RH: It is not good enough to be talented. There are a lot more things you have to cope with. He is able to become a big athlete, but there is a big shadow he has to walk through first, which is a pity for him. Everybody compares his life with mine and that is nerving for him – I think it blocks his power. Who is the more competitive person, you or your brother? RH: Actually, I’m more competitive in athletics, for sure. At the computer (games), he is. Will your brother ever be able to beat you at discus? RH: With his body, yes. With his head, no. I have strong assertiveness. You were a former multi-eventer, what time do you think you could run for the 100m today? RH: The first 30m would not be a problem but then I would need an oxygen tent. I don’t know. Perhaps 12.5. Do you still have an interest in the decathlon today? RH: No, not that much. I am always annoyed by the theory that decathletes are able to do every event in athletics. If they are really able to do everything why can no d