“It really hurts not to be in Eugene now,” Dadic said, “I’ve been preparing for these big events all year. I didn’t feel comfortable at first, but it’s definitely for the better.” “When I go to the World Cup, I want to be able to compete at the same level as in recent years, but I’m not at the moment. I just lack specific units and security in competitions.”
She now has six weeks to regain her strength, explained EM 3 of 2016. “I will now focus completely on EM so I can show my old self out there.” Coach Philippe Anfried explained that, especially in technical competitions, the stability needed for the World Cup was not yet in place. “In terms of the European Championships, it certainly makes more sense, as Munich will lose a lot of training time with all the stress of traveling and changing time in the US.”
Dadic finished sixth at the World Championships in London in 2017, and retired injured in Doha in 2019. With a third-place finish at the 2019 World Cup, Verina Meyer (qualified) and Sarah Lager (invited by the world athletics team), two other athletes were among the athletes. The Austrians are eligible to compete in Eugene, but both are injured or unfit. Olympic bronze medalist Lukas Weisshadinger has a medal chance, along with javelin thrower Victoria Hudson and 400-meter runner Susan Whaley.
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