It is mid-summer's eve, when the SportExpressen to get a hold of Lisa Gunnarsson. The clock has just switched to 16: 00.
she's dancing around some pole and singing ”the little frogs”.
" it's midsummer's eve today. I wasn't scared of it. But it's okay... I might have to buy some strawberries and whipped cream, then, " says Gunnarsson says with a laugh.
the 20-year-old from Stockholm, sweden living since two years in the united states, where she will read engineering at Louisiana State University (LSU). At the same time, she is spending to become the world's best pole vaulters.
but, up until last year, passed everything on the track.
”A pretty big deal,”
at age 16, she learned she was 4.50 as was a new world record for that age group. She has raised since their personal best time for 4,60 in the year 2018.
However, in 2019, came the injury that forced her to set it up for the entire season.
" yes, Yes, I had to set everything up. I had no choice, I had a stress fracture in the foot, and it hurt. I had to take it easy for several months, " says Lisa Gunnarsson.
" It was tough, in fact, it's been a tough year.
the Turning point came, however, during the winter. The rest is made as to where the fracture was finally healed, and Gunnarsson was able to make a smygcomeback during the indoor season in the united states.
Which is the best, she jumped 4,50.
She had to be distriktsmästare in south-eastern California, usa.
" It was a pretty big deal for the school, the school that I was able to win it. And, personally, I'm still happy with the results. My jumping was not as smooth as I had hoped, but... it was just nice to be back on the road and do a few good jumps.
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" I haven't actually had any problems in several months of the year. It really is a good thing. I'm so glad that I took it easy and did not go on too fast, as I have had a serious injury. I was careful, and now it seems like the foot to be completely healed.
One of the big reasons for that, Lisa, Gunnarsson, ended up on the right of Louisiana State University, is that the Duplantis living in the area. Dad, He is her coach and It is her training partner.
In the coronakrisen have Gunnarsson has been the home of the family, and is trained in their gardens, they have a stavhoppsmatta there.
" I've had quite a lot of luck. Many people I talk to haven't had any opportunities to practice the pole vault, but I have been able to function at home, in their garden, along with both of Those, and his younger sister Johanna. I'm excited about it.
" My main goal is to succeed in everything that I do in practice right now. And I would like to have a great time. I'm going to Sweden in two weeks ' time to compete then. Now I'm left with Finnkampen, if it happens.
" It's been so long since I have competed in Sweden, it was two years ago. I just look forward to jumping on the american soil again. , it Can stay in the united states < / span>
" Yes, of course. It's been a long time since I was there, and I'm looking forward to getting home.
" Exactly, and I have two years left of training, so I'm going to be there for at least another two years. Since then, I have no idea what I'm doing, I have to deal with it at the time. But... it's not safe for me to return to Sweden. I am very happy with The coach, it's really good weather here and it is everything that a athlete needs.
" of Course, this is the case. It's great that it's not going to play in the summer, but it all depends on coronapandemin from the ground up and down on the. I shall aim to 4,70 in the winter.- FACT: Lisa Gunnarsson's road to the top – a year-on-year
15-years-old, she shocked friidrottsvärlden by a jump of 4.25 in a competition in France. It was a new world record for her age group. In the same year, she won silver at the european youth OLYMPICS. < / span> < / span>
it Took jumping to the next level by playing with the sek 4.50, which was a new world record for a 16-year-olds. Had a chance at the european CHAMPIONSHIPS for the senior, where she finished in 23rd place in the qualifying rounds. < / span> < / span>
Finished sixth at the indoor CHAMPIONSHIPS for the seniors to jump 4,55, which was a new personal record. He went on to win the JEM gold in the summer, and after it's debut at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS, where she finished in 17th place. < / span> < / span>
it Jumped out of 4,60, raising his personal best by five centimetres. Won the silver medal in the regular season and had a chance at the european CHAMPIONSHIP for seniors, in which she jumped, 4,35-and ended up in 13th place. < / span> < / span>
it was Trying to jump to the beginning of the year, but remained at 4,16. After that it became a pain in the foot and severe. She had suffered a stress fracture and would have to set up all of the contestants for the remainder of the season. < / span> < / span>
in the beginning of the year to jump to 4.50 as it is indoors. The hope is now reaching new heights, the outdoors, and when she gets to Sweden in order to start the race again. She needs to jump 4,70 after the 1st of december in order to qualify for the OLYMPIC games in Tokyo, japan.
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