Anna Shcherbakova: “It’s very difficult to say what will happen in a few years, everything is changing very rapidly. So I live not quite for today, but for the near future. There are a lot of offers, and I don’t see any reason to refuse them.”
Olympic champion Anna Shcherbakova spoke about her plans for the future.
Anna Shcherbakova: It is very difficult for me to say what will happen in a few years, everything is changing very rapidly. After the competitive season, I set myself the goal of trying everything new and not just trying, but showing my maximum everywhere and I understand in which direction I would be interested to develop further.
Now the project (“Ice Age”) will end and this, I think, will be a tremendous experience for me. Because immediately getting into such a big show is a huge test and good luck. You were immediately introduced into such a large-scale business, where you learn a lot. And even if I then develop in another area, it will still be a huge advntage for me, this work will have a positive effect on me anyway.
I am happy to try it, and then we’ll see how I succeed, how interesting it will be for me to move in this direction.
From the outside it seems that you have some strategy for life after a sports career. What do you think will happen to you in 5-10 years?
Anna Shcherbakova: No, I have everything planned for a couple of months in advance. I know what I’m doing now, and usually these are projects that will keep me busy in the next few months. And what will happen next, I don’t know yet, I live not quite for today, but for the near future, let’s say so. So far, there are a lot of offers, and I don’t see any reason to refuse them, because I’m really interested.
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