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Stick in the Spotlights | All-time WFC top scorer Corin Rüttimann about her stick and (surprising) choice of blade

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She’s the all-time WFC top scorer and won the silver medal at the WFC 2019 in Switzerland: Corin Rüttimann. Which stick and blade help her to score this incredible amount of goals, year after year?

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First, we’ll speak about the stick and blade, followed by expert thoughts from FGFloorball’s Hugo Valk.

The stick

Rüttimann plays with the Fatpipe RAW Concept 29, as can be seen on the picture below.

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Corin Rüttimann’s Fatpipe RAW Concept

What about the blade?

Rüttimann picks an interesting blade: Fatpipe’s Hole. She’s always played with blades like this and as the saying goes: never change a winning team.

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Corin Rüttimann’s Fatpipe Hole

Expert thoughts

Material expert Hugo Falk (@hugofgfloorball) about the Fatpipe RAW and the Hole blade:

“Fatpipe Raw is one of the lightest sticks on the market at around 190 grams (give or take depending on blade, Jab PP = very light, PWR PE-HD = heavier). Fatpipe’s shafts (and Oxdogs) are thinner at the top compared to Salming/Unihoc/Zone so if you prefer thinner sticks then that’s golden.

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Corin Rüttimann’s stick

The hole-blade is exactly the same as Orc apart from the tip so it’s a good playmaker-blade with a more concave tip that’s good for zorro/shots. Of course Orc is just as good for shots as Hole but if you prefer the more concave tip then hole is a good option. “

Previous Stick in the Spotlights:

Joonas Pylsy: Finnish playmaker aiming for the Swiss title

Josef ‘Pepa’ Juha: U19 World Champion with the Czech Republic

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