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"Time for me": Finnia Wunram ends swimming career

2021-10-16T16:33:54.954Z

Olympic starter Finnia Wunram ended her active career as a swimmer. “It's time for me to say goodbye to competitive sport and take on new challenges,” wrote Wunram on Instagram on Saturday. “You should stop when it is most beautiful,” explained the 25-year-old. The German Swimming Association (DSV) also announced the end of Wunram's career on Saturday.



Olympic starter Finnia Wunram ended her active career as a swimmer.

“It's time for me to say goodbye to competitive sport and take on new challenges,” wrote Wunram on Instagram on Saturday.

“You should stop when it is most beautiful,” explained the 25-year-old.

The German Swimming Association (DSV) also announced the end of Wunram's career on Saturday.

Magdeburg - A good two months after Franziska Hentke said goodbye, the training group of Olympic champion Florian Wellbrock at SC Magdeburg has lost another figurehead.

Open water swimmer Wunram finished tenth over ten kilometers at the Summer Games in Tokyo.

She had previously won silver and bronze at world and European championships.

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In the future, the multiple German champion wants to dedicate herself professionally to interior architecture and room design.

"I want to develop myself further," said Wunram, who wants to stay connected to the sport in the future.

"Because swimming in particular, where you are much alone with yourself, reaching your limits physically and mentally, taught me one thing: You can achieve your goals if you believe in yourself and you have people who trust you." Dpa

Source: merkur

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