Tove A. – “I’ll be even better at WOC”

Posted on | June 7, 2014 | Category: Arena

Tove Alexandersson got her third World Cup victory within a month on the Middle distance in Norway today, but this is not something she is thinking about.

“I had an almost perfect race”, smiles Tove. She won with a margin of 1.58 minutes ahead of her team-mate Helena Jansson. “It’s going well. It feels better day by day”, she says.

– After another month it will be even better?

“Yes, if the training goes well in the coming weeks too, I hope to be better at WOC”. The Swede feels stronger technically than at any time before.

– What’s the goal for Italy?

“I am training for being the very best and I want to do well, but the focus is to perform well”, she says.


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