Elise Christie looks set to MISS out on 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics after saying her ankle injury has ‘set her too far again’ – as Olympic curse is set to strike once more for British velocity skater who provides ‘my coronary heart is shattered’
- GB skater Elise Christie suffered setbacks at Sochi 2014 and PyeongChang 2018
- The 31-year-old now seems resigned to lacking out on subsequent 12 months’s Games
- In a put up on Twitter, she mentioned her severe ankle injury had ‘set me again too far’
- British Ice Skating didn’t elaborate on whether or not her destiny was formally finalised
Elise Christie’s Olympic curse looks set to proceed after she solid main doubt on her look at Beijing 2022.
The former velocity skating world champion has been pushing to qualify for an additional crack on the Winter Olympics after struggling high-profile setbacks at every of the previous two Games.
However, after a collection of underwhelming qualifying outcomes throughout the previous six weeks, which adopted her restoration from a big ankle injury, the 31-year-old seems resigned to lacking out on making the lower.
British velocity skater Elise Christie has solid main doubt on her look at Beijing 2022
In captioning an image of herself (above), Christie posted the next message on Twitter
In captioning an image of herself in tears, Christie posted on Twitter: ‘There’s a lot to say, but for now… this photo speaks what I cannot say. The ankle injury I sustained set me back too far.
‘My heart is shattered. So much love to all my supporters and fans. I’ll be again quickly.’
British Ice Skating didn’t elaborate on whether or not Christie’s destiny was formally finalised with the crew nonetheless awaiting readability on what number of locations they may have on the Games, which start in February.
Christie obtained demise threats from followers of a rival after a crash (pictured) at Sochi 2014
Injury and disqualifications wrecked her three-pronged bid for gold at PyeongChang 2018
However, Christie, a triple world champion in 2017, failed to make the semi-finals in any short-track self-discipline on the 4 World Cup occasions used to decide qualification.
The scenario extends her troublesome relationship with the Olympics, the place injury and disqualifications wrecked her three-pronged bid for gold in 2018.
She additionally obtained demise threats from followers of a rival after a crash at Sochi 2014.