Away has won a gold medal at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo. In the pouring rain, Grafswald rider Margarita Gonzarova (1: 00.14 minutes) and Colombian Dorian Fischer Jimenez Sanchez (1: 00.17 minutes) went behind in a spectacular race for the Russian Paralympic Committee. “I started running. I never in my life believed I could do that,” she said at the sporting event after the gold medal.
“If you live in the Baltic Sea you are accustomed to the rainy season”
“The rain did not bother me. If you live in the Baltic Sea you are accustomed to the rainy season. I am above the moon,” Eve said. The athlete from HSG Uni Griffswald successfully competed and won a gold medal at the Games in Tokyo. Away, who suffers from spastic motion disorder, won bronze in the 100m last Saturday. In the 400-meter dash, Away is the fastest starter. This is the 13th gold medal for Germany in these sports.
Coach Hike Kemler-Westball: “Great,” “smart”
Happiness was good on the Suns as well. There NDR MV LIVE reached coach Aves at HGS, Hike Kemmler-Westphal, who oversaw young HSG young athletes at the U10 and U12 state championships. The ten- and twelve-year-olds were the most successful at the Sunids and took first, second and third place. “We followed it directly on our mobile phones – with our little competitors and their parents. It was very emotional – a wonderful thing.” Kemler-Westball describes Avey as a “very ambitious athlete” who “likes more than just doing a training session too little.”
“I’m so proud of her”
She set the goals she wanted to achieve. “She was fine recently when I worked with her,” Kemler-Westball said. According to the coach, Away was aiming for a medal at the Paralympics. The coach is very happy that it has now turned to gold. “I’m so proud of her.”
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