Games bow only to the strongest

<img class="imgl" alt="" src="http://www.belarus-magazine.by/belen/data/upimages/2009/0001-009-436.jpg">[b]After the gift bestowed upon us by our athletes on Saint Valentine’s Day, it’s impossible not to fall in love with them. Of course, we held hopes that Darya Domracheva’s pursuit victory would be continued but never dreamed that she’d earn a second gold: in Friday’s 15km individual. Meanwhile, Nadezhda Skardino claimed an unexpected bronze medal and, late at night, Alla Tsuper achieved a virtuoso victory in freestyle jumping: a fantastic result![/b]
After the gift bestowed upon us by our athletes on Saint Valentine’s Day, it’s impossible not to fall in love with them. Of course, we held hopes that Darya Domracheva’s pursuit victory would be continued but never dreamed that she’d earn a second gold: in Friday’s 15km individual. Meanwhile, Nadezhda Skardino claimed an unexpected bronze medal and, late at night, Alla Tsuper achieved a virtuoso victory in freestyle jumping: a fantastic result!

After Dasha had brilliantly won the pursuit race in Sochi on February 11th, February 14th then laid claim to journalists` attention with no less power. This was definitely our race! Nothing and no-one – either the track (melting under ‘spring attack’) or strong rivals – could hinder our girls. They were simply unstoppable!
Darya Domracheva repeated her marksmanship from her ‘bronze’ individual race during the Vancouver Games (0-1-0-0) and showed the best speed along the track, holding at bay her opponents, bringing her second Olympic medal. Moreover, Nadezhda Skardino performed amazingly, demonstrating ‘Voroshilov’s’ accuracy and rather good speed. Our other biathletes – Lyudmila Kalinchik and Nadezhda Pisareva – also did well during the race. The Winter Olympiad continued, with the relay race ahead…
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