Swimming: Pellegrini “mondiai Budapest? Too many competitions, tough for athletes”

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(ANSA) – ROME, MARCH 22 – “The World Championships in Budapest? I wrote to various athletes to find out their feeling about this calendar so full of competitions, and they are all in difficulty”.

Word of Federica Pellegrini, who received the career sports award in Rome from the Foreign Press Association. “Between Europeans, World Championships, Commonwealth Games and the selections in April, it is difficult for a swimmer to choose what to prepare and when to prepare it – continued Divina – There will be three World Championships in the Olympic pool in three years, it has never happened”. According to the Olympian, the calendar “could have been thought better, giving priority to the preparation of the athletes”.

With regard to the next European Championships in Rome, she assures us that she will certainly be there as a spectator: ‘It is a competition in which Italy has always hoarded medals. It will be a great showcase for the Azzurri team, which plays at home. “


Source: Ansa

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