inglés, 31, dijo en una entrevista en “zorro & Amigos” el viernes que tras el repentino fallecimiento de su padre en 2016, su colega estadounidense Vincent Hancock la animó a no darse por vencida, who just took home his third gold medal.
“It was a very tough battle, para ser sincero,” English said.
“It took a little bit for me to get back on the range and Vincent Hancock, who just won a third gold, was kind of the reason — he was in Colorado Springs, él dijo, ‘I believe in you. Come out here, we’re going to shoot.’ We cried after station one and I kept shooting.”
The goal was simple: “Don’t quit and believe in yourself and keep going.”
The Colorado Springs native set an Olympic record after shooting 56 de 60 in the women’s skeet final to defeat Italy’s Diana Bacosi, earning her first gold medal.