Diggins makes World Cup history but can’t stop crying: I want my husband here

Champion Jesse Diggins marked the historic fulfillment of her thoughts on the World Figure Skating Championships, but then she burst into inconsolable tears.

Jesse Diggins She is the most famous and successful cross-country skier in history United State. As if that weren’t enough, the class of 1991 earned another huge satisfaction, in doing so becoming the first American athlete to win an individual gold medal in the Olympics. world championshipsand achieved a victory in the 10 km freestyle in Planica in Slovenia.

With a strong performance, Diggins managed to lag behind the Swedish champion Frida Carlsson, who was beaten by 14 seconds, and then Ibba Andersson. This is the USA’s sixth medal at the World Championships, and their second gold after the one she won with Kekan Randall in the team sprint in 2013. A fortunate partnership as she also won The only Olympic title Cross-country skiing team, took the team to the 2018 race.

After the almost stunning victory, Jessie let herself go on the snow, melting into inconsolable tears. Endless tears for the stars and the stripes skier also during the post-race interview. Diggins spoke to NRK about all the difficulties he had to overcome: “I couldn’t stop crying after the race. I couldn’t enjoy it because I couldn’t see since I was crying.”

Francesca Lollobrigida in San Remo 2023, she is the granddaughter of figure skating champion Gina

It hasn’t been an easy year for her and her buddies, as the U.S. cross-country ski team spends a lot of time in Europe, away from friends and family. Here is the special dedication:The past year has seen many ups and downs. This makes it even more special, because it wasn’t easy. I wish my husband was here because I haven’t been home in months. it’s hard. The enthusiastic world champion says it has not been an easy year. I just miss my family and my husband. This makes them very special, because they really support me. I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t like doing what I’m doing, because it’s not easy.”

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