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Dormagen. The Dormagener Sarah Voss went to the European Turn European Championships in Munich with high hopes, but had to cope with a handicap at the start. However, she was able to convince with the German team.
In late Thursday afternoon, the mood of Sarah Voss (TZ DSHS Cologne) was again Well, even though she had contracted a calf injury to her annoyance in the run-up to the European Turn European Championships in Munich and at this time it was clear that the Dormagener would not qualify for the finals on Sunday. Also in the all-around ranking, in which she got the DM title in June, she was already far away from a medal and the fourth qualification group with some strong gymnasts. But Voss was just happy that the German team convinced. Together they compared that Voss could not call up their usual performance.
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"How we performed as a team and helped each other just makes me proud," said Voss, and still had a special praise for the 18-year-old Emma Malewski (TuS Chemnitz): “How she was the youngest in the team Presented was already strong. ”With this, Malewski contributed to the fact that Voss' less good results on the individual devices were not so significant and Germany ended up in fourth place in the final of the best eight on Saturday. The Dormagener had already complained about calf problems during the preparation in Frankfurt, and they were noticeable again during training in Munich. The medical department was able to contain the symptoms, but of course there were no optimal requirements for the European Championship start on Thursday. In addition to the jump, she caught a bad start at the balance beam, in addition to the jump, when she slipped with both feet when she was rondatat. Although she reacted quickly by not initiating the screws, it ended up in all fours after a simple somersault and ensured the German string result with only 12,266 points.
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that she was limping afterwards was not a good sign. In fact, things did not go well on the ground, where Voss made the weakest German result again with 12.100 points. But the Dormagener bit her teeth and convinced on the jump. With 13.433 points she was the best German. Then she deliberately avoided the planned second jump and thus her final chances. “I didn't want to take any additional risk. The focus was on the team, ”said Voss. Her final exercise on the uneven bars brought her solidly over the stage with a rating of 13.100 points. Despite what she persuades, the course of the European Championship appearance was great that it can help in the team's final. “The calf has not gotten worse, that's a handlebar. Maybe not on all devices, but I'll do gymnastics on Saturday, ”said Voss. National coach Gerben Wiersma was also able to gain a lot of positive things to the European Championship start of his protégés: "I am particularly proud of the team performance and how they fought back into the competition."
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