TRONDHEIM (Dagbladet): A three-week stay at high altitude in Park City, Utah has ended. On Sunday, Tronder figure skating star, Johannes Husfluth Klapow, returned to Trondheim.
As he wrote about Dagbladet previouslyKlæbo suffered a strain injury to his upper hamstring at the beginning of July. Injury cad trønder discarded.
The situation is that it takes time. I’d stand here and say it’s totally fine, says Klæbo to Dagbladet, but there’s still that little grumble I’d like to be without.
Dagbladet met the ski star when he handed out prizes during the traditional Bråtesten downhill race in Trondheim on Sunday.
Next time, Tronder will meet with both physiotherapists and several doctors, to consider what needs to be done in the future, not least the situation, says Klæbo.
At the same time that the people of Trondelag returned to their homeland in Trondelag, autumn was in full swing in the capital of Trondelag. Soon there are only 50 days left until the season opener in Bettostoln on November 18.
In August, Trønder estimated that the infection would last eight to twelve weeks, but at the same time determined that the infection period could be shorter and longer than this estimate.
The 25-year-old is still hoping to return during October, as previously reported.
– I hope that. I hope to stand up early in the season to be healthy, no doubt about that. At least that’s the point. So, like I said, you have to be careful now.
Drops gathering with the national team
Unlike the rest of the national team, Tronder did not travel to their meeting in Molde, which began on Sunday. In the coming weeks, Trønder will mostly stay in Trondheim, before going on October 17 on a stay at altitude to Italy’s Livigno.
-Now there will be a fairly important two weeks at home, just to get all I have to do to see if there is any other form of treatment, or whether it is just to continue down the same street as now.
The ski star from Trønder goes on to say that for now it is good to continue as it is now that progress is still there.
As mentioned earlier, the ski star from Trønder recently returned from a longer stay at higher altitudes in the USA. There he trained, among other things, with US national team sprinter Luke Jagger, who teaches at the University of Utah, a university Klæbo visited while living there.
– The group was good. You have trained and relaxed well. It’s a little different being in the US than being in Europe, says Klæbo, very positive about the place and the experience there, and I’m sure it was a good choice.
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