It’s been my last three seasons, Shapps revealed.

Speed skater Martina Sáblíková will enter her 23th season in the World Cup. During her career, she has won an incredible 146 medals at major events and wants to add more. So, too, does Martina Sáblíková, even at 36, want to go around all the races of the World Cup, World Cup and European Championships.

“It’s practically my last three seasons, and I’m happy to look at those spots. Hopefully my health will last and I can go through everything,” says Martina Sáblíková, recalling that the last season of her career should be the Olympic one in 2026.
But that doesn’t mean the last name Shapps will disappear from the scoreboard. In fact, her 23-year-old younger sister Barbora is currently in the wider selection of representatives, and together they have completed some summer training sessions.
‘It was fine, I love her fire. It reminds me of myself. I don’t want to say how I felt about it at the time, but she’s very tough. It’s cool to look at it with the passage of time when I see that youth and how small it is. He sees the pattern in me, that’s nice.”
According to the pre-season tests, however, Martina Sáblíková is still up to the challenge of fighting for medals against a generation of younger opponents.
The World Cup will begin in mid-November in Japan. There, he will want to tune up his form for the world single-track championship, which will be hosted by Calgary in February and will then end the season with a multi-event world championship in Inzell, Germany, in March.
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