Who’s Karolina Erbanova?
Erbanova 1992Karolna Erbanova was created in 1992. She’s a week-long track speed skater. Erbanova won a bronze medal in the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at the 500 m occasion. Erbanova used to see same college course with Eva Samkova who’s a snowboard cross Olympic Games winner. Since 2006, Erbanova is part of NOVIS Team. From the start, she was called to be a centre track skater such as Ireen Wust or Anni Friesinger but after when she climbed she specialized in sprints. In 2008/09 year she gained success in staff world cup with Martina Sblikova and Andrea Jirku. From the Junior World Championships in Moscow throughout the next 500 m occasion, she dropped and dropped opportunity to win a trophy. As part of NOVIS group, Erbanova needed to skate same occasions as the pioneer of this group Martina Sablikova who’s long track skater. Back in 2012/13 year, Erbanova won her first person senior world cup Harbin on space 1000 m. Erbanova enjoys listening to songs, wood carving, studying and enjoying sudoku in her spare time. The athlete could talk Czech, Dutch and English languages. She coached under coach Dennis Van Der Gun from her team and Petr Novak who had been a national level trainer. She took up the game at age 14 at Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic. She says the rationale for taking up the game, “After I saw speed skating tv in age 14 in 2006, I had been laughing about the lawsuits. What a crazy game. I had been playing ice hockey in the moment. Then my gym instructor took me into a training camp with Martina [Sablikova], since there were just two Czech women in speed skating and they had a third for the team pursuit. I didn’t wish to perform speed skating at first, since I had my potential intended in hockey, however speed skating functioned nicely and in age 16 I moved into World Cups with Martina.” Erbanova’s most memorable accomplishment was winning gold in the sprint competition in the 2017 European Championships in Heerenveen, Netherlands, also competing in the Olympic Winter Games in 2010 and 2014. Her biggest influence in existence has also become the Czech speed skater Martina Sablikova. She trains together with the doctrine, “Do not enable the fear of dropping to remove you from the match.” The Sportsperson of the Year Award – Junior observes the area’s finest junior sportsperson who competes as an amateur, recognising their amazing accomplishments made within their field over the last year. In 2014 she transferred into the Netherlands to prepare and compete. “Teams there concentrate in sprint coaching and that I see my future in sprints, while at the Czech Republic skaters are far more concentrated on longer distances”