Elling Holland is a ‘monster’.
He scores goals well, but he is 194cm tall and has great speed. It is said that his top speed reached 36.3 km / h. It is a tremendous speed that belongs to the top ranks in the English Premier League (EPL).
There is someone who suggested a ‘running match’ to Holland. Besides, he has confidence to win. He, no, she is Alicia Schmidt, a German track and field athlete.
She is a 24-year-old athlete with a height of 175 cm. She has won a silver medal in the women’s 4x400m relay at the 2017 U-20 European Championships in Athletics and a bronze medal in the women’s 4x400m relay at the 2019 U-23 European Championships in Athletics. . Now she is participating in the 2023 World Championships in Athletics in Budapest as part of the German national team.
But in fact, she is a player who received more attention for her looks than for her skills. She even earned the title of ‘She’s the World’s Sexiest Athlete’.
She does but she doesn’t much care. She has consistently revealed her will to be recognized for her skills, and she is constantly working hard. She is said to have set her personal best of 52.18 seconds in her latest 400 m. It is proof that she is not stopping her efforts. She has said this before.
She said, “The title of sexy athlete means nothing to me. It’s just the subjective opinions of people who judge a person’s appearance. I think beauty comes from within.”
As mentioned earlier, Schmidt is competing at the World Championships in Athletics in Budapest. This is where reporters from all over the world gather. Schmidt was questioned by the Norwegian media.
An important point to be noted here. The country of the press in question is ‘Norway’. Holland’s name came up in response to the reporter’s question. It’s a name that rarely comes up at the World Championships in Athletics, but the Norwegian press has done just that. Holland’s homeland has done just that. They asked Schmidt these questions.메이저사이트
“Are you sure you’ll win a running race with Holland?”
It may have been an absurd question, but Schmidt answered with sincerity.
“Hmm. I’m not sure. Maybe the 200m will be difficult, but I think I can win the 400m.”
The Norwegian reporter’s question continued.
“When will the match be held?”
Schmidt is looking forward to it. And he ends up provoking Holland.
“I don’t know. I’ll have to ask Holland. I’m always ready. If you’re ready, Holland, I’ll be really happy, I’ll be happy. Let’s see who’s faster!”
A big match made by the hard work of the Norwegian media. Will Holland accept this confrontation?