According to sports agent the decision which skaters will represent Russian in women’s single skating at the 2021 Olympics has been already made

Posted on 2021-11-27 • 6 comments

 

Sports agent Andrei Mitkov informed that the decision which skaters will represent Russian in women’s single skating at the 2021 Olympic Games has been already made.

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That’s what he posted on his page on Facebook:

“A little birdie told me something from the high-ranking officials offices… More precisely, even from the lodges. Valieva, Tuktamysheva, Shcherbakova will go to the 2022 Olympics in Beijing. They say that the decision has been made and agreed with everyone with whom it could only be agreed”.

source: Facebook

What do you think on that? Could it really be true and the Russian Nationals will actually mean nothing in terms of the selection to the Olympic Games?


 

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6 Responses to “According to sports agent the decision which skaters will represent Russian in women’s single skating at the 2021 Olympics has been already made”

  1. jimmbboe says:

    This really would not surprise me.

  2. ioanykie says:

    The problem with Trusova, even if we forget the injury, is that she has problems delivering when it matters the most. Test skates ? No problem. Worlds practice ? Clean program full of quads. Worlds ? Clearly not as clean. I mean we don’t know how she will do under the pressure of the olympics.

    At least this is some kind of joke of course. It’s strange to reveal a decision like this to the public.

  3. AYE says:

    TRUSOVA NEEDS TO BE IN THE TEAM

  4. Deny says:

    Agree. But i think because of her injury they dont want to take any risks and send to olympic this three skaters. They have a wide choice even without Trusova and this three are a sure bet. But its so hard for Sasha and im so sad for her :-(

  5. Andreea says:

    But what about Trusova? She deserves a fair chance to fight her way in the Olympics.

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