Student of South Ural state University won the "bronze" Olympics

Russian women's team won "bronze" the Olympic games-2018 in the ski relay 45 km. SUSU student Anna Nechayevskaya is a member of Russian team.

The gold went to the team of Norway – they were able to overcome the distance in 51 minutes, 24.3 seconds. The Russians are lagging behind the winners by 43.3 seconds. Silver medals were won skier of the national team of Sweden.

"Our Manager Yuri Charkovsky told me yesterday: "You have to take a feat." In General, the coaches were telling us that there is a chance. But to use it, all you need to do correctly, – said Anna Nechayevskaya. – At first I was very surprised that I was put on the fourth stage. I usually run the third stages because I'm not a Sprinter or a finisher. But then the plan was that the relay was not holes and failures. In the morning before the race was still nervous, but then calmed down. We had to do our job."For Russia, this "bronze" - the first medal in the women's ski relay for the last 12 years. Today in Pyeongchang the Olympic team of Russia managed to win two silver and seven bronze medals.

Anna Nechayevskaya trained at the Institute of sport, tourism and service SUSU on the graduate program "Physical culture". He is the master of sports of Russia of the international class, two-time gold and bronze medallist of the Championships of Russia. In 2017, at the XXVIII winter Universiade in Alma-ATA, she won gold medals in the relay race and pursuit.

photo: Antonio Bat, Alexey Filippov
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