A couple of days ago I had a talk with my girlfriend and her brother. She had gotten a new handbag for her birthday and her brother was wondering what the jute bag was for that came with the handbag. My girlfriend explained that you put the handbag into this jute bag when you put it in your cupboard. This revealed an elemental difference between women and men to us: men only have one bag and they use it every day, independent of the weather, the outfit or the hair. Men don’t put their one bag into the cupboard. My girlfriend, however, has several handbags for different occasions. One for shopping, one for the evening, one for holidays, and one for festive events (and then some more, for … reasons). Since 2012, there is now another reason to have more handbags that is independent of gender stereotypes: the Handbag Throwing World Championship 2015. Our headcoach Fabien visited Jens Vatter, the coach of the German national team of Handbag Throwing, and got some useful tips on how to train for this unique event.