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She Kaisheva did not believe that it is unfairly not allowed to participate in the world Cup

Uliana Kaisheva

© Andrey Ivanov/TASS

RUHPOLDING /Germany/, January 13. /TASS/. Russian biathlete Uliana Kaisheva did not think that it is unfairly not allowed to participate in the world Cup. She told about it to journalists after a successful performance in the relay at the world Cup in Ruhpolding, Germany.

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Kaisheva, despite the victory in the IBU Cup, the second largest tournament made its debut in the world Cup this season only at the fifth stage in Ruhpolding. Some experts have attributed this to the fact that her place in the team thanks to the support of the Tyumen region is Victoria Slivko . Senior women’s team coach Sergey Konovalov previously denied the speculation, saying that women there “Tyumen cronyism”.

“We have absolutely normal relations [with cream], it does not affect us and is not felt. I do not know this now only because you don’t read the Newspapers and comments,” said Kaisheva.

The athlete believes that it is timely your call to the world Cup. “I think that was the best way. You can find advantages that I gave earlier – I managed to avoid [the last stage] bergofsky the weather,” she said.

While Kaisheva did not believe that she had a few starts in order to qualify for the Olympic team. “I’m used to this with children’s competitions, when we had the auditions and the fate of every start. It’s business as usual,” said she.

Kaisheva will perform in the next world Cup stage in Italian Antholz, which will be held from 17 to 21 January. Olympic games will start on 9 February.

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