Reviews Edina Müller to mothers in sport: «Little provided»

12:30  13 september  2021
12:30  13 september  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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Paralympics winner Edina Müller considers the conditions for high-performance athletes with children inadequately. "It already scared me how little is for it," said the 38-year-old on Sunday in the TV program "Sportclub" in NDR television. Müller is a mother of a son himself.

Edina Müller aus Deutschland fährt bei den Paralympics ins Ziel. © Karl-Josef Hildenbrand / DPA / archive image Edina Müller from Germany drives the destination for the Paralympics.

In the run-up to the Paralympics this month in Tokyo, the Canoe of Hamburg Canoe Club had been fighting to take her two-year-old son to Japan and to take care of him. "Especially stressful was always this uncertainty for me, he can now be with or he can not join," she told. She has received little support. "I missed the outcry to say somewhere from associations: 'That can not be, we have to do something.'»

your efforts had success. Müller won in Tokyo in the presence of her son Liam Gold. Her struggle had also been picked up in international media. It scared her, "here as a pioneer is titled after decades of women in competitive sports," Müller said. "I'm really not the first one who gets a child in your career."

You will continue to fight for better conditions for mothers in power sports, announced them. "I hope that because my story can change something."

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