“Athletes withdraw if they are sick or not ready at all; in all other cases, they must fight.” Inna Goncharenko on Trusova’s withdrawal from Russian GP Final
Inna Goncharenko commented on the news that Alexandra Trusova withdrew from the Russian Grand Prix Final.
Inna Goncharenko: It’s very sad that she withdrew. In fact, her season turned out to be non-working in terms of competitions. But since she withdrew, it means that she is not ready.
Athletes withdraw if they are sick or not ready at all; in all other cases, they must fight.
Only competitions show who is well prepared and who is not quite ready. I don’t have the information directly from Sasha to thoroughly substantiate everything. Of course, competitions with Sasha’s participation would be brighter and more interesting.
From my personal experience, I can say that the unreal becomes real; if a person wants, everything is possible to restore—the body is young and growing.
In addition to recovering, you also need to train. Everything is in her hands; we can only wish her health and good luck.
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