Athletes and leaders, current stars and former stars, have one after another put themselves behind the Swedish OLYMPIC bid for the winter OLYMPICS in Stockholm and Åre in 2026.
the Fight, if the games are between Sweden and Italy.
– who on Tuesday was surrounded by journalists from around the alpinvärlden during a pressmingle at the Åre world CUP – didn't want to say what he thinks about the games in Sweden.
"No comments," replied Stenmark first on the issue from the Swedish press and did not want to develop further:
– No comments.
a journalist later asked the same question on the English responded alpinlegendaren who have 82 gold, two OLYMPIC gold medals and three world CHAMPIONSHIPS-gold:
" I was asked earlier, but do not want to comment on it.
do you Have an opinion, but want to keep it for yourself? asked the journalist on.
"I can't comment on it," said Stenmark, and drew more laughter.
set Anja Pärson – 42 gold, an OLYMPIC gold and seven world CHAMPIONSHIP gold medals and talked warmly of a Swedish OS.
Pärson is one of Sweden's olympic committee's 25 ambassadors for the winter OLYMPICS in 2026, with a mission to attract the games to the Swedish market.
the OLYMPICS is a big dream for all active. Who would not like to have a home OS? she said.
" I hope that Sweden will be able to get it and we do it in a good way, that there is so much pressure on the public and for all taxpayers – and all of what is talked about. For the importance of having an OLYMPICS at home, idrottsmässigt for Sweden, would be huge.
Stenmark will compete on Tuesday night in a legendartävling, with other retired superstars, on the alpine skiing world CUP-arena in Åre.
" I have not prepared myself so much. It may be a surprise, " said Stenmark, who initiates parallelltävlingen against the former Norwegian star Kjetil André Aamodt.
" I'm most nervous that I won't be able to go, to go out or not to the back pallets.
For Pärson waiting Pernilla Wiberg of the hill.
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