A year after a cycling accident that left her without the use of her legs, Olympic champion Kristina Vogel is back in the saddle and looking to the future.
On the back of winning three world titles, track cyclist Emma Hinze became a gold medal hopeful before the coronavirus lockdown. The postponed Olympics have slowed her roll, but have not knocked Hinze off the pace.
Chris Nikic has become the world's first athlete with Down Syndrome to complete the Ironman triathlon. The 21-year-old Florida man now plans to set his sights on competing at the Special Olympics.
In June, track-cycling champion Kristina Vogel crashed during a training session in Cottbus. She has used a wheelchair ever since. She spoke to DW about how she’s adjusting to her new life.
While the Euros and the Olympics have been pushed back a year, the Tour de France is postponing its start by only two months. The decision is understandable but it’s a risky call in many ways.
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