David Popovici, asked what sacrifices he had to make to become a no. 1: I didn’t sacrifice my childhood or adolescence. Swimming fun

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Athlete David Popovici does not consider that he sacrificed his childhood for the sake of his professional performance.

When asked what sacrifices he had to make to become number one, David Popovici gave the following answer: “I didn’t think nor consider myself making sacrifices. It’s a personal choice. I didn’t sacrifice my childhood or adolescence, because I did what I still love to do: swimming for Have fun, and have friends and family with me. I went to school, I went to camps, to the sea on May 1, to concerts when I wanted to, so I didn’t sacrifice anything that was supposed to happen. I had a normal childhood: I played, I enjoyed, it was I have friends and that I still do.”

“I have a perfect team for me, next to me: a coach, a physical trainer, a physiotherapist, a nutritionist and a video analyst. They are the ones I leave in their hands, and their advice is the most important. I have confidence, I trust myself,” he told Antena 3, David Popovici.

How David Popovici describes himself: a child who swims fast, an ordinary man capable of extraordinary things

At the age of seventeen, David Popovici spoke with great maturity about the effects his findings could have on children in Romania, on the development of sport. “Swimming is a very healthy sport. I support absolutely any sport, any child or parent who wants to start a sport, or parent who wants to be sent to play sport. Sport is the best ambassador, and cultured society from this point of view is a healthy community,” David Popovici said on public television. I am ready to face other problems in other areas.”

When asked how he would describe himself, David Popovici replied: “A child who swims fast, an ordinary man who is able to do extraordinary things and inspire people, with extraordinary people behind him.”

Simona Halep, words of praise for David Popovici: It really is a phenomenon

Simona Halep had nothing but words of praise for new swimming star David Popovici.

“Looking at his results, I congratulate him with all my heart. It’s great what he’s doing. I want him to be so focused on what he has to do from now on, that he has more to do. To receive all people’s love, but to stand on their feet. Because he can work wonders. I wish He has all the success.

He’s such a special boy, I’ve seen him in interviews, in everything he does, in everything he says, congratulations to him.

It is already a social phenomenon, and there is no need to talk about it in the future. He is the champion and miracle of swimming in our country. And I think it would be great. Simona Halep said it’s really big but it’s going to be bigger.”

Danny Oil, a letter to David Popovici, the young man who “defeated the system”

Sorry David Popovici! , Danny Oil transferred, after the athlete’s victories.

“Sorry David Popovici! On behalf of me, my fellow media people who only now remember we have a sport called swimming in Romania. We’ll clean you up for two weeks. After that, if you miss a final or get injured, roll up yourself. But you’re a smart kid. I heard you on the first broadcast. Live for Neatza a year ago. She turned our backs on us when we were 16. Danny Oil wrote on his Facebook account on Wednesday: “You don’t look like the major footballers we fill the newsgroups with.”

“We apologize for what the swimming pools are like in Romania. We apologize for not offering you anything but we are asking now. Maybe one day you’ll get the silver… We’ll ask you why you don’t get the gold… You’ll get the bronze… We’ll ask you why not the gold. We won’t care If something hurts or if you can still afford to train by the time other kids your same age are coming back from the club,” Danny Oil continued in a message.

“We’ll forget the hours of training, your parents’ work, etc… We’ll be interested in putting the flag on your helmet. Drag it through the water to put it on TV graphics. You don’t care about us. Sign up with sponsors, earn money, appear in commercials. You don’t owe us. Anything. You can help us in one way: among our children there are few like you, but we will drown as children. I was drowned by you.

You are superman. Not because you broke records. Because you beat the system.

We are 20 million. We’ve worked on a system to confuse you for 30 years. to defeat you. You beat us. Sorry, David Popovici! Danny Oil concluded.

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