It is arduous to work. It is simple to applaud

I’ve repeatedly refused to write down about David Popovici and his success over time.

I refused as a result of politics merely has no advantage for the person success of an athlete. And since any try to stay the picture of politicians with the success of athletes appears ridiculous to me.

Nevertheless, I see that the game has not managed to do away with politics nowadays (see, along with all of the posts of pleasure and congratulations, the accusations in opposition to the Minister of Youth and Sports activities and his apparently bilingual publish however with a special message for Hungarian audio system).

So I am telling you – and I am speaking to you as a former athlete – the two IDEAS we should always keep on with on this story, and maintain them in thoughts each time we rub our sports activities shoulders and the success of Romanian athletes:

1. Romania, even after ’89, is stuffed with expertise. In tennis, in addition to Andrei Pavel, Irina Spârlea, Ruxanda Dragomir, Victor Hănescu, Horia Tecău, Simona Halep, Sorana Cîrstea, I, taking part in in juniors, noticed Gabi Moraru, Octavian Nicodim, Victor Ioniță and lots of others. many others.
2. Regardless of how gifted you’re, with out work (extraordinarily a lot, it is hours of every day torment, typically lengthy earlier than you’ve a report card) you do not obtain something outstanding. And I am referring primarily to your work as an athlete. Sure, in fact, it is vitally necessary for the authorities that will help you with a sports activities base, with coaches, with assist for collaborating in competitions. However firstly, it is your job. Somewhat than {a magazine}, they wrote an article about David Popovici’s WORK BEFORE he received the primary medal in Budapest, and I feel that this work factor needs to be taught to all youngsters, that we’re nonetheless speaking about training this week.

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