Why is Albert Demchenko could end his career
The famous Russian luger and multiple medalist Albert Demchenko major competition today is preparing for his seventh Olympics. Over 30 years of professional sports career, he has achieved great results in the luge, and became the leader of the Russian national team. However, after the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, he intends to end his career.
Reasons for leaving the big sport As repeatedly stated in the media itself Demchenko, Olympic Games Sochi 2014 will be the last in his athletic career, regardless of the outcome. According to the 41 year old athlete, it is becoming increasingly difficult to overcome the load required to achieve victory in the big sports. And not only physical but also psychological. In spite of this, Albert Demchenko today strenuously preparing to give the best result and win medals for the country at the upcoming Olympic Games. It is also involved in various sports and social events. After the completion of his career he has no plans to leave the sport and is going to work or sports manager or coach, as it does not imagine his life without Luge, which occupies most of his life. Albert Demchenko: athletic career leader of the Russian national luge Albert Demchenko began to play sports professionally in 1984 at the age of 13 years. Six years later he was in the Russian team, and two years later became the master of sports of international class. In 2000 Demchenko won the title of champion of Russia, and confirmed its status in 2002 and 2005. In 2005, Albert Demchenko has also won the World Cup, which set a new course record and raised interest in the luge in our country. A year later the athlete won a silver medal at the Olympics in Turin and became a recognized champion of Europe, where a large margin from rivals won gold medals. Gold at the European Championships, he also picked up in 2010. Albert Demchenko famous not only for their achievements, but also dedication to the sport. Despite many serious injuries, after which many do not return to the previous level, Albert Demchenko, not only returned to the sport, but also to conquer new heights.