German champion of quick fences Cindy Roleder is pregnant and the calculated time falls at the turn of the year.
German Cindy Roleder is a high – class hurdles runner and has become familiar to Finnish athletes. Born in the Karl-Marx Stadt, the police won silver at the 2015 Beijing World Championships and won the European Championships in Amsterdam the following year.
At the Rio Olympics, he was fifth – 13 hundredths of a bronze medalist. The Olympic medal was also a goal this summer, but the postponement of the Tokyo Games changed plans.
Roleder, 30, recently said she was pregnant. The firstborn is expected to be born at the turn of the year. She married in the fall of 2018 and now the couple living in Halle are expecting their firstborn.
Aituri says the website of the German Athletics Association continue to train 5-6 times a week.
“But it’s not about improving records, it’s about keeping fit,” Roleder said.
Despite the baby break, Roleder has not abandoned the idea of a five-ring race.
– I have seven months after giving birth, so competing in Tokyo is not ruled out, Roleder reflected in the interview.
His his former training buddies included a seven-wrestler Jennifer Oeser, who returned to the fields after giving birth.
– I get good family counseling and friend services from him, Roleder said.
Roleder’s record in the 100-meter fencing has run 12.59 at the Beijing World Championships. In addition to the real ones, the German has made an excellent result in the 7-match, where he scored a series of 6055 points in 2015.