the 22-year-old, " Andersson continues to impress in his comeback after a knee injury. Stortalangen was third in Saturday's sprint, in which she was the superior in the second leg, but fell in the finals, and he went on to crush the resistance of the masstarten more than 15 km in a minor international competition in sweden. Andersson won by a nearly two-minute margin to second She Molander Kristiansen.
" There was a lot of fun to be able to stand on the starting line again, and I am very happy to be back in the race. I have been working day and night to be able to do it here, " says Andersson of the Swedish television, SVT.
missed the entire season after she fell and injured his right knee during a run in november. The forecasts said that she was going to be gone for the rest of the year, but the 22-year-old in Sweden's top distansåkare last season, made a comeback earlier than expected after yesterday's sprint, she opened, in order to take part in the Tour de Ski at the end of the year.
" If we believe that it is up to date and so far, she said, for The Record.
" Andersson is not a member of the Swedish national team for the Tour de Ski, the highlight of the year in the längdvärldscupen, but in her own words, that the judge may be about to change.
After the victory in Östersund, sweden, where she is an optimist.
" I've been in a rehabprocess and there is a lot of up and down. It is also important to be humble and not take anything for granted. At the moment I'm just happy to be back in the competitions, and know that it works, " says Andersson of the Swedish television, SVT.
in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, it is only six days away, and for the next few days will be crucial.
"First, I need to see how the knee reacts, then we'll just have to make an assessment on how I'm going to put it up to compete in the future," says Peter Andersson.
for more information, see Peter Andersson is opening for the Tour de Ski.Updated Date: 23 December 2019, 09:07