After the best mark, Nicole Silveira faces the World of Skeleton

After the best mark, Nicole Silveira faces the World of Skeleton

Nicole Silvera of Brazil will compete in the World Skeleton Championships on Thursday (11) in the morning (11), scheduled for 5 pm (Brasilia time).

Gaucho, who is aiming for a vacancy for the Winter Olympic Games 2022, arrives at the main commitment of beginning the year in a good phase. Last Saturday (6), during the Intercontinental Cup in Königssee (Germany), she won the best mark of her career. In the first dynasty, he scored 52s34. And, on the next descent, it hit 51s97. Thus, the athlete finished sixth in the general classification, with a combined time of 1min44s31, improving the registered mark by 28 hundredths in the previous stage, also overtaking competitors from countries with tradition in the sport, such as the United States of Canada.

“After that, it seems that some things started clicking on me. This was my first competition from World Cup to Intercontinental. So, the pressure was low. But this year I am doing a lot of work on the mental part, which makes a big difference in the game. And because of that having more experience, things are going the right way. I think more quickly than my trainer and I expected. He is very happy ”, the athlete said in a note issued by his mentor.

The first drop of four possible people will be around 5pm (Brasilia time). Evolutionism, however, does not deceive Brazil. Beware that the moment focuses on his own development, he designs the World Cup with his feet on the ground. “The goal would be the top 20 to achieve the four lineages”, he commented. Descent will be live Canal da IBSF No Youtube.

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