Pauline Sophie Grabosch
Track Cycling Sprint World Champion
As an athlete, you have to bring your body to the highest level of physical power. And every training is one part of the development. The coach and athlete have to analyze what you need to get better, stronger and faster. The products of Polar help to collect data which makes it possible to concretize the training and go forward to some higher goals.
Time Trial, Keirin, Sprint, Team Sprint
January 14, 1998
200 m flying start: 10,713s (Apeldoorn, 2018)
500 m: 33,487s (Apeldoorn, 2018)
500 m flying start: 28,748s (Frankfurt Oder, 2018)
Standing lap: 18,770s (Pruszkow, 2017)
Team sprint: 32,623s (Pruszkow, 2017)
I think every athlete has his / her own routine and sometimes it doesn't have to be crazy. My personal routine is that I create a personal playlist for every big competition and have a small mascot withe me.
Proudest sporting moment:
Winning 2 medals at my second elite world championships in Apeldoorn.
World Championships, team sprint
World Championships, sprint
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