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“I STILL CANNOT BELIEVE WHAT HAPPENED TODAY,” she wrote in her lengthy 役職. “まず第一に, a lot of emotions are going through me right now. I cannot even describe what I felt after that first run. I thought ‘Why me?’, ‘Why didn’t that happen to any of the top 30 女の子?, ‘Could that even happen to any of them?’, ‘Is that even fair?’.”
Vukadinova was going down her first run at the Yanqing National Alpine Skiing Centre course when she spotted a course worker near one of the gates. A gate key, used to get the poles into place, was seemingly left on – a risk for skiers who knock into them as they navigate around the poles.
“Yes sure, I come from a small ski nation compared to others competing today, but I will speak my mind up. Although that ‘I got my re-run’, we all know it’s not the same,” 彼女は続けた. “Not when you have to ski down to the chair lift, go up, go down the start (with my race ski) and start almost immediately. 承知しました, I may be not a top level skier or fighting for the podium, but I also worked a lot to get here!!! Don’t I at least deserve the same CHANCE like everyone else?”
“I am beyond disappointed and I can’t believe that this happened on the top level sports event like the Olympics.”
[object Window], who was already dealing with a fracture’s hand, said she was just happy she didn’t “break my legs on that gate.”
“One thing is to be on course to fix something, other thing is to leave a heavy metal like that on the gate. And on top of that to pretend that it’s completely normal.”
Slovakia’s Petra Vlhova took home the gold while favorite to win, American skier Mikaela Shiffrin, took a shocking fall earlier on in the race.