"STOCKHOLMu002FSEEFELD. Eight consecutive championships – but now it can be over."
"Daniel Rickardsson is hesitant about a sequel."
"Right now, I find it hard to see that it becomes a championship," he says."
"the 36-year-old He has two OLYMPIC gold medals, both in the relay, and an OLYMPIC bronze medal (in 15 km classic in Sochi) as their main merits."
"the Veteran have taken part in the last eight championships, but the world CUP in Seefeld may have been his last."
" this championship has not been what I hoped for. Then for the future, we'll see. Right now I have difficult to see that there will be a championship, but you should never say never, " says Rickardsson."
"A femtondeplats in the day, is it good?"
" No, I have higher ambitions than that. But I have not the shape. It never went fast really, but I was tired anyway."
"Mörkade disease before the world CUP."
"When he gets to develop his thoughts, he says that the results have not been what he hoped for."
" I like to compete, but I like the fan not to be at the place fifteen–twenty all the time. It feels like there is more but it has jävlats a lot of damage."
"Even close to the championship was upload disturbed, but there is no been known."
"Daniel Rickardsson was hit by problems with the bronchial tubes during the camp in Seiser Alm, and were forced to draw down on the training. It was also the reason why he was late to the squad in Seefeld."
"– I have been wheezy and had to take it a bit slower. It takes the sting out of form a little bit, " he says."
"You never told me anything?"
"–I'm not the one who says something. Trying to focus on what to do and put it to the side, " he says."
"After the world CUP now await the conclusion of the world cup for Daniel Rickardsson and then he gets to make decisions about their future."
"What can you do instead?"
"– I may well return the deposit cans. I have an education, but it is a special world you live in. You do everything for their own gain. They live in their little bubble. From this out to the world of work is a big step. To be dependent on someone else to control and ask what I should do. It can be tough."