Andrianova died on September 6 at the age of 70.
– As a coach, she was very strict and tough. I think it’s the right thing to do in sport. Discipline must be above all. But at the same time, outside of training, she was kind to the students. When we were traveling internationally, I always tried to get the kids to see more, take advantage of that opportunity. She tried to take us for a ride, walk around the city, show us the sights, not just the ice rink and the hotel. Off the ice, she was always very attentive to us,” Privivkova said. TR .
Andrianova was the head coach of the Russian curling team from 1998 to 2012. With the national teams, she won the 2006 European Championship, the 2006 World Junior Championship, the 2003 World Universiade, the European leg of the World Tour (2012).
Source : MatchTV
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