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MOSCOW, May 25 /TASS/. Russian bi-athlete Yana Romanova, the silver medallist of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games in relay race, has denied that she is finishing her sport career.
Reports that appeared in the press on Monday said that the 32-year-old athlete decided to end her sport career after failing to attend a centralized training session before the start of a new sport season.
"I do not know where this information has come from. I really talked about my future plans in a long-term perspective. I do not know why everything was presented in such a categorical form," Romanov told TASS.
Romanova’s coach Vladimir Anisimov told TASS that Romanova would continue performing at a professional level. "We are planning to train on our own this year. We will see what’s going to happen in winter," Anisimov stressed.