The Belgian delegation has been on US soil for several days now, but Sanne Cant has yet to completely get rid of jet lag. “By itself I sleep well, but I always wake up fairly early. I’m not the quickest switcher. My biological rhythm was a bit choppy,” she says.
“I’m doing my best to be on top on Saturday. Could it be a podium place? It’s always possible, but then everything has to go really well. You also have to believe in that, otherwise you’ll be driving in the wrong situation.” will be waiting.”
Two of my competitors were on the podium, Dutchman Denis Betsima and Annemarie Wurst, not among them. “The fact that they dropped out is an advantage for me,” Kant says.
“I just got back from Spain, where I trained hard. I’ve been very busy with this World Cup, and it’s still the most important game of the season. Everyone is trying to start here as much as possible.”
For Kant, Marian Voss is Fayetteville’s number one favorite. “Whoever defeats Foss becomes world champion,” he could not believe. “In recent weeks, I’ve seen flashes of past fox again. This course suits her the most.”
“It’s a full circle. Climbing really does play an important role, but you also have a long ladder and the weather will also play a role,” Kadir thinks. “As is usually the case in the cross, it will depend on a number of factors that wins.”
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