“Today Bektuganov is a disaster: he broke his stick at the start, flew into a ditch in the final round and broke the mount” – coach

“Today Bektuganov is a disaster: he broke his stick at the start, flew into a ditch in the final round and broke the mount” – coach

Coach of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug team Maxim Maximov told that the biathlete Alexander Bektuganov On the last lap of the team race he broke his ski rack, so his partners stayed away for some time.

On Friday, the team of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug took eighth place in the team race of the Russian Championship in Tchaikovsky. The day before, Bektuganov became the winner of the men’s super sprint.

— Today, unfortunately, Alexander is a disaster. At the start his pole broke and in the final round his ski rack broke. During the most serious descent, he flew into a ditch. We weren’t prepared for someone’s ski to break, so we, the coaching staff, admit our mistake. The team lost a lot of time, although I think we could have fought for the top three.

– What happened during this period when he was without skis?

“At first he didn’t understand what had happened. I reattached it, but the piece of iron that holds the boot to the ski flew off. I put it on for the first time, then it flew off again. So the whole team stood up and waited. So all he had to do was keep that ski on the ground. With this half-skate, he would go up the slope, down the next slope, then they would bring him a ski.

– I lost yesterday’s luck.

– Such an answer, alaverdi of the universe. But this will only strengthen us. We will win the next races,” Maksimov told .

On January 14, at the Russian Championships in Tchaikovsky, there will be large mass starts for women and men.

Watch live broadcasts of races within the framework of the Russian Championship on the channel, as well as on the websites matchtv.ru and sportbox.ru.

Source : MatchTV

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