Hamburg – The controversy over the top sports promotion in Germany goes to the next round. After the Olympic champion Robert Harting, Julius Brink and Kristof Wilke had railed publicly against the German Olympic Sports Federation (DSB), now DOSB athletes spokesman Christian Breuer responded. In an interview with the news magazine "Focus" discus thrower Harting had criticized that the DOSB the athletes in the planned creation of a much needed new support framework outside before leaving. "Instead of arguing with us, the Sports Federation relies on the 'advisory board of assets'. These are former athletes who today abkassieren beautiful expenses. Since the breed association "only his own sick functionary tree high, he said. On Hartings provocation Breuer replied: "That is an insult to those who are not only looking for the camera, but get involved actively and constructively," the former speed skater complained in a written statement the DOSB. Wilke: "target agreements are silly" He pointed to the General Assembly of the athletes' representative of the 62 associations that have replaced this weekend in Bonn on the future of competitive sports. "We have invited the whole Olympic team and all funded by the Sports Aid athletes, also Robert. Instead, he gives interviews to "commercialize themselves, said Breuer. Harting stands with his criticism of the DOSB President Thomas Bach and his alone, however. Brink, in London with his partner Jonas Reckermann first won gold for Germany in Beach Volleyball, is disappointed by an alleged debt to Bach's more motivation of the athletes. "As Mr. Bach with the German sports family – especially the athletes from London – deal that will have four years of renunciation behind, I can not understand. His statements, I think that's completely unacceptable and unjustifiable. "Rowing gold medalist Kristof Wilke called the agreed goals of the sports associations with the DOSB for the Olympic performance" silly ". The more an organization DOSB promise, the more money they get. "The bottom line is it's just a test of strength of the associations," said Wilke. According to Brink had the German Volleyball Federation "promised the medal in beach volleyball over our heads."