22 March 2015
Olga Andrianova: “In the nearest future our women’s curling team will become the leaders on the world stage”
Russian women’s team won the bronze medals at the World Curling Championships in Sapporo, Japan. In the match for third place Russian team, headed by the national team skip Anna Sidorova were stronger than the representatives of Scotland (13:4). The team of Switzerland became the winner of the tournament. It scored a victory over the Canadian team in the final.
Thus, the Russian women’s curling team consisting of Anna Sidorova, Margarita Fomina, Alexandra Saitova, Yekaterina Galkina and Kira Ezekh repeated its achievement of last year.
In her interview to F-Sport former head coach of the Olympic teams Olga Andrianova commented on the result of the Russian girls’ performance at the World Cup.
“Russian women’s team certainly has greater potential than fighting for the bronze medal at the world championships. Our girls are now very well prepared technically, functionally and psychologically, and I hope that they will continue to dominate not only in Russia but also to become the world leader in the nearest future”.
It should be noted that at the end of the World Championships the Russian national team moved from seventh to fifth place in the world ranking, ahead of Denmark and China teams.