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MOSCOW, March 13. /TASS/. Six-time Olympic champion in short-track speed skating Viktor Ahn plans to continue his sports career after the World Championships in Moscow.
"It was decided that we would move from one season to another. The world championships will become the last competition in this season. Depending on its results, we’ll finalize our plans for the future. So far, it looks like I will continue to compete during the next season", the South Korea-born athlete told TASS on Friday.
Ahn, aged 29, who is the most decorated athlete in the history of short-track speed skating, also won the world championship title 20 times.
The World short-track championship in the Russian capital has got underway on Friday and will last until Sunday.