The world of Athletics mourned after Lobinger lost a long war with cancer. In 1997, it was the first German to clean the six -meter brand outdoors. His family told German news organizations on Thursday, former German pole champion Tim Lobinger passed away at the age of 50. In 1997, he wrote his name as the first German pole vaulter to clean the six -meter sign. In 2003, Birmingham received a gold medal at the UK closed championships and a bronze medal in Moscow in 2006. Lobinger was also given gold at two European closed championships: Spain in 1998 and Vienna in 2002. In addition, the first -class polar attack received a silver medal at the 1998 European Athletics Championships in Budapest and the 2006 European Athletics Championship in Gothenburg in Sweden. Lobinger received multiple awards for the polar jumping skills participating in competitions in Hungary and Sweden. He also took part in the Four Summer Olympic games on behalf of Germany in 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008. Years of health war Lobinger had fought cancer since he was diagnosed with leukemia in 2017.After multiple chemotherapy treatments and stem cell transplants, the disease decreased in 2018. However, the cancer situation has worsened in recent months. During his interview with Daily Bild in October due to the severity of the disease, he admitted that he would not be treated from cancer. Ez I can live with my family and spend it every day, Lob Lobinger said in this interview. Lobinger married twice in his life. From 1994 to 2003, he had two children with the triple Jumper Petra Lobinger.He also married TV journalist Alina Baumann between 2011-2017. German Football Club RB Leipzig tweeted that he mourned the loss of lobinger and expressed his condolences to his family as an athletics instructor for the club from.2012 to 2016. WD/RT