I’m a gymnast who has a strong pole background, so I’ve been preparing for it for a long time – all the time before I got called up to the national team. My pole training has always been very intense and very demanding, every day training and every day practicing. It’s still hard work every day and it’s exhausting. It’s an important part on a national team, to maintain your athleticism. The weight is only reduced by training and it makes a huge impact on your strength and endurance. You have to be able to maintain that intensity year after year.
My dad [Wladimir Klitschko], his strength was based on gymnastics. He did gymnastics as a baby and I was also a competitive gymnast myself so I had a lot of experience in that area and I know what it takes to get it done. But in terms of preparing for pole, I have my mum who trains two hours before the performance, so my parents help me with that. I have an agent at the moment – they help me with the media and other things but we’ll discuss that after the national team training camp.
What I’m most looking forward to is to compete against the best in the world. We don’t have that many national team members that are world class yet, but it’s a good thing when you have a national team, so it’s better to have the best of the best for me. I’d also like for the fans to cheer me on with me performing with the national team.
I’m glad you mentioned that you had good results last season.
Yes, I was really pleased with my performances. I played with a lot of pride and excitement [because], at the end of the day, they are my family and they are who I am. I have to give them everything I have. Everyone knows me for my strength and I did my best to give my all, but it goes without saying that I’d love to win this year. I don’t know what will be my challenge, but all in all, I think I’m ready. I am ready to show what I have to the world, but with all my heart and all my ability, I am ready to do the best. I still feel confident, of course when I’m on the floor and when I am on the air. I’m ready now. It’s just a matter of time before I get out there and see everyone and show my best.
Did you win a medal
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