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Le batterie individuali sono formate da sei atleti per volta che partono nello stesso momento. Infine, i concorrenti in campo sono ridotti ad una manciata di finalisti.
Infatti, i record mondiali e olimpici vengono effettuati in batterie che non assegnano alcuna medaglia.
Le gare individuali iniziano con 32 atleti. Le batterie individuali sono composte di quattro atleti per volta che partono nello stesso momento.
Gli atleti pattinano in senso antiorario e i primi due che tagliano il traguardo vengono avanzati al turno successivo. I pattinatori dello short track indossano un casco di plastica dura per prevenire potenziali lesioni alla testa risultanti dallo scontro con altri atleti, col ghiaccio o con le balaustre.
Per far presa sul ghiaccio intorno alle curve, le lame sono estremamente affilate e piegate come un arco che rispecchia la direzione della curva.
Unfortunately, the months, the night and even the very day of the competition was riddled with many challenges and what I like to call "character-defining" moments.
I remember dad said to me the night before about how every one of these tough situations was just going to make me even stronger.
I recall joking that every time he had said that, life seemed to throw at me even harder and more challenging situations to deal with. So I told him I was done with growing through tough times and that I'd grown enough!
But all jokes aside, it was a hard journey and to those who knew what was really going on, they agreed that it was far harder than most.
Maybe that is what makes the champion and separates first and second. I can't know for certain. Many people that have been following me post- SEA Games have commented about how positive and motivational I am and how it has inspired them.
I take a great responsibility in that. So I want you to know that I have my tough days too. I just choose to spread the good and the positive instead of dwelling on everything that is weighing me down.
That's how I move forward. I'm going to be honest - I don't think the hard goes away. I don't think it ever stops getting easier. But here's the secret: the good gets greater.
People always ask me: was it worth it? To that I say, that's not the right question. If you balance out all the bad that has happened to me, the bad far outweighs the good.
I heard someone once say that to be great at anything, you had to be a little insane, because nobody that was sane would go through all the crazy.
I can tell you with a certainty that I wouldn't wish the way I was treated, the bullshit and the tough times I've endured in the last year and a half on my worst enemy.
But at the end of the day, we do what we've got to do and we endure the things and people that we have to, in order to get to where we are going.
The bad will never outweigh the good if you don't have big goals and dreams. If you don't have a bigger purpose for everything beyond yourself.
I will also say this: it has made me appreciate the good in my life so much more. The people in my life who have really stepped up.
My family who have sacrificed so much - emotionally, but also financially. It has been taxing on everyone in my family. To everybody that has messaged me telling me that I've inspired them to push a little harder or dream a little bigger YOU are the ones that motivate me to keep going, keep grinding, and ignore all the naysayers.
So from the bottom of my heart, thank you. So find your why. Your reason to keep going. If your why is bigger than the bad, then nothing can stop you.
Sod's law states that everything that can go wrong, will go wrong. In the last few months, that adage has never rung more true.
Hurdle after hurdle seems to have cropped up in the lead up to the SEA Games. Obstacles that even I couldn't have prepared for in my "What If's" preparation for staying ready.
Yet, as I fly back home today for the opening ceremony and start of the SEA Games, there is an overwhelming sense of gratefulness and happiness. Mostly because it has given me a greater hunger for what I want to accomplish.
But also, because it has shown me time and time again that throughout the hard times, I have an incredible group of people around me that don't just show up, but go beyond.
The unwavering support of my amazing family and friends has given me the strength to stay strong in the face of adversity. When I couldn't be strong, they lifted me up instead.
Without them, I could not do what I do. They know who they are, and this moment is every much theirs as it is mine. I literally would not be here, with my head held high and my resolve unwavering, if not for them.
Thank you. Beyond that - many people have also surprised me in their compassion and support, renewing my faith in the love and goodness that exists in this world.
Always remember that hate cannot drive out hate; only love can. I know that the challenges are far from over and that the universe will continue to test my strength and resilience.
Nonetheless, a sense of calm has washed over me. I am excited for the challenges to come- in fact, I welcome them with open arms. I know that whatever happens, I can handle it.
I have done the work and put in the hours, and I am ready. The ride was hard, but I'm ready to enjoy the view. Motivational speaker Eric Thomas has a great line, that all men are created equal, but some work harder in pre-season.
Dreams are free; but the hustle you have to pay for. The great thing about sport is that it pushes you - physically and mentally.
The same goes for every obstacle that stands in the way between you and accomplishing your goals. In a world of uncertainty where things going wrong is a matter of centimetres and degrees, one thing is for certain - no matter how tough the storm, when you walk through the other side and the dust settles, you won't be the same person who walked in.
Setbacks and challenges are the springboard to grow stronger. To be strong when others are not. To overcome more, survive more, and ultimately, achieve more.
The relentless will to be unstoppable is what changes you. When no one would blame you for giving up, but you show up and get right back to work - that is the sweet spot of learning to grow and push past what you are capable of and becoming the person you are meant to be.
You don't grow strength in the good times - the struggle, the pain, that is where the courage and the unbreakable is built. These qualities are made in the hard times.
If not for the hard times, you wouldn't know how far you could go. Get comfortable with the uncomfortable - this is what makes the great. After a solid 7 weeks of volume training in Korea, it's nice to finally be in Calgary for a month long training camp for a change of scenery and pace - I'm ready to do some speed sessions now!!
I'll be doing two month long training camps to prepare for the upcoming competitive season which kicks off in July with the test event of the SEA Games.
My last update was a while ago, and I apologize for my absence. I had planned to write an update back in March looking back at the end of the season and the milestone of competing in my first World Championships as the first female representative from Malaysia.
Alas, as most of you already know, the day before the competition, I fell in the official practice and injured my ankle.
After a lot of tough decision making - and tears - I decided to withdraw. I needed to look after my body first, before my pride. I've learnt a lot about the real meaning of how it 'takes a village to build an athlete'.
This past season I've gratefully had an incredible support team come together around me: my coach; my teammates who motivate me; my training teammates who constantly push me; my partner in crime without whom I could not survive training; my best friends who message and FaceTime me constantly; every single one of my family who have made sacrifices financially and gone above and beyond to support me both physically and emotionally; the support of MapleZ who provide me with the best blades; my strength and conditioning coach; my nutritionist; my strategist and sounding board; my psychologist Phillip Lew from MSN who sends the best motivational quotes and videos; of course the incredible support team from MSN and OCM who support my dreams and make me proud to represent such a great country; most importantly, ISAM and in particular the President, Mr Billy who's overwhelming support and belief in me has helped to grow me into the athlete that I am.
To everyone else who constantly checks in, sends me positive words of encouragement or even just gives me a cheeky like - thank you for your support too.
I'm a big believer in trusting the process and waiting for your moment to arrive. This last year has really tested my faith in that. I realize now that everything happened as it has meant to go.
Given the chance to redo or change the obstacles of the year past, I realize now that I wouldn't, with the wisdom that all those experiences were needed to create and prepare me to be the athlete that I have become.
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