Moyuli Silver World in the Ice Cross with a dedication to her friend, Sophia Jogia

Silver Claw of Michaela Moyuli at the World Championships on Ice with her dedication to her friend, Sophia Jogia. After three consecutive singles medals (2015, 2017, 2019) in previous world championships, the 25-year-old climbed from Bergamo a step in Idre Fjall and finished second in the race that saw the victory of British Charlotte Banks, very good at management advantage of winning the title career the first.

On the other hand, Blue was fourth for a long time, but closed in an escalation, taking advantage of the error of Australian Bill Brokhov and then overtaking World Cup leader Eva Samkova (bronze) in the last meters. The podium in Sweden saw the same interpreters in the US two years ago, but on that occasion it was Samkova who overtook Banks in second place and Moyuli third.

This is the fifth (fourth individual) medal in the World Cup for blue, and the second silver after the first team of the last edition. “Hello Sophie,” the rider from Bergamo shouted with a smile, who had shared the Olympic gold medal in Pyeongchang with her skater friend three years ago: the whole dedication was for Goggia, who had to pass the World Alpine Ski Championships in Cortina due to his injury to the tibial plateau lateral to the knee. Right hand.

“I donated the medal to Sofia Jogia, I thought about it at first and realized it, thanks to a gesture that only you know – the figure skating champion said after leaving the podium – It is a great satisfaction, because it is never easy to win a World Cup medal and reassert yourself season after Season. We did a great job, I have amazing people by my side helping me. We lost a medal of that color in my personal collection, it’s another step for growth on my way. Now, in team competition (paired with Lorenzo Sommariva; Editor), I really want to have fun. “

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“Michela is a guarantee for us even though it was not easy today -” comments coach Cesar Bisoni -. He had a good race, if he hadn’t taken a “flat” on the last line, he could have won. Judd Banks, who deserved the gold, while Michela improved, she got the silver medal, and tomorrow there is another match: We will have two teams and we will try to prove ourselves again. ” Yes, because the team event, which will be included in the Olympic program in Beijing 2022, can give another blue vibes and the wild Michela wants to win the only medal lost from her huge collection.

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