iaaf.org, 9 May 2008
“I am sure that the Russians will dominate the race” he said, before departing for Cheboksary.
Schwazer also makes the hosts strong favourites for the team race in front of a likely massive home crowd of supporters.
“For the team competition they could even be placed with all their athletes in the top five places if everyone in their team does a good job.”
iaaf.org, 7 May 2008
“I’m enjoying my training and I think I can finally achieve a result”, said the 33 year old Portuguese race walker who in comparison has relatively thrived in IAAF World Champioships in Athletics (bronze in Helsinki, fourth in Seville and fifth last year in Osaka) yet did not finish in the last World Cup and has had an Olympic run of luck showing 13th as her best placing, back in the 1996 Atlanta Games.
iaaf.org, 8 April 2008
iaaf.org, 3 March 2008
Ahead of a good hit out at the Australian 20km Olympic trials on 23 February, the popular 31-year-old looked back on last year’s events, and described what keeps him going through the hard work necessary for global success in walking.
iaaf.org, 27 February 2008