Welten fears a serious injury and has already finished the European Hockey Championship. De Guidi is positive about participating Other sports

HockeyHockey player Ledwig Welten fears a serious injury and has already given up on the upcoming European Championship. The Orange International suffered an apparently serious injury in the final leg of their Den Bosch championship match. “I was hit from behind and lost balance. When I slipped, I felt a torn hamstring. At least that’s how it feels,” she said afterwards with a horrified face we.




In the background, her teammates celebrated Den Bosch’s 20th national title after beating Amsterdam 1-0 in the qualifying final. “I can enjoy this title on its own, but I do it with mixed feelings. The celebration isn’t possible. I can’t walk or jump.”

The 30-year-old Welten, who is doing well for more than 200 caps, two Olympic golds and two world titles, has already celebrated the upcoming European Championship, which will be held in Amstelveen at the beginning of June. “This is a very short day. I want to get an examination ASAP to see how severe the injury is. If it is a stress, I will be very happy. But I think my tendon has been torn as well. I have hit this in my right hamstring and I feel the same on the left now.” If so, it remains to be seen whether I can go to the Olympics. “

De Goede has high hopes for the European Championship

Eva de Goede is already training stick and ball and is positive about its recovery. You may be able to participate with the Dutch national team at the upcoming European Championships in Amstelveen, which starts on June 4.

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De Goede broke her wrist in early April during the European Hockey League and underwent surgery. “I’m back at training and things are going in the right direction.” The player from Amsterdam added, “I still avoid duels and limit myself to passing.” Ziggo Sport.

Eva de Goede during the Netherlands – Germany match in the FIH Pro League at Wagener Stadium. © ANP

De Goede, the two-time best hockey player in the world, attended Den Bosch as a “spectator” in the second match of the final of the qualifiers in the Major League. Her team lost their first game to the League title 1–0. The playoffs came very early, but the European Championship may still be possible.

Of course there are still worries, because I have to look at how the pulse reacts from day to day. ”But I’m optimistic,” De Guidi said, and if all goes well, she will participate in her fourth Olympiad in July.

Eva de Goede during the Netherlands - Germany match in the FIH Pro League at Wagener Stadium.
Eva de Goede during the Netherlands – Germany match in the FIH Pro League at Wagener Stadium. © Frank Larker / DCI Media

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