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Baby Coming: Ice Dogmowitz quits on the ice

Baby Coming: Ice Dogmowitz quits on the ice

The 35-year-old suspended figure skating for two seasons after the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics, but returned in September 2020 in anticipation of Beijing 2022. “Returning to the World Cup has been a huge challenge after a break of more than two years. An exciting journey, in which I, step by step, replay The connection to the absolute world class “The way back was 100 per cent worth it,” said the Burgenland woman. Dogmowitz was also the flag bearer of the Austrian delegation at the Games in Beijing last February.

“By winning the bronze medal in the parallel giant slalom at the 2021 World Championships in Rugla and winning the World Cup with Arvid Oner last January in the team competition in Bad Gastein, I have added two great chapters to my athletic career. Sixth place in the Winter Games in China,” explained Dogmowicz. It was also a good result given that I had damaged cartilage and meniscus in my left knee.”

“I am very proud of what I have achieved and witnessed in my career,” confirmed the winner of five World Cup races, one of which was a team event. “Snowboarding has given me so much more than I could have ever imagined.” She was able to experience “these intense feelings” through sports. “It’s hard to pick out highlights from a long time, but the 35-year-old went into detail about her three Olympics separately. “Olympia has been a part of me all my life. At first it was a dream, then it was a source of energy, a fire inside me. And then it was pure emotion.”

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Dogmowitz added that he is closing a chapter, “I look at him with a big smile and a lot of gratitude.” She thanked her family and other companions, the Austrian Ski Association and also her doctors and physiotherapists, “who always accompanied me on the way back after serious injuries.” Recently, Dogmowitz had surgery on her left knee last April. Professionally, the Sulzer native is busy as a budding entrepreneur and would like to complete her masters degree in coaching and coaching soon.

“Julia Djmowicz was distinguished by her positive behavior and professional attitude towards sport. Because of these qualities, she had a great exemplary influence. On behalf of the Austrian Ski Federation, I would like to express my sincere thanks for this and once again congratulate Julia on her distinguished career. As much as we were pleased with her sporting successes, We are now very pleased with her own happiness,” ÖSV President Roswitha Stadlober said at the end.

“As a highly focused athlete, Julia Dogmovic has always put important accents in the local parallel team. For her hard and determined work, she has been rewarded with an Olympic victory, three World Championships medals and many successes at the World Cup,” said Christian Galler, ÖSV’s sporting director for figure skating. “I am very happy that Julia is now expecting children and I wish the young family all the best for the future.”