Vic González | Isabel Dominguez | Samsung Paralympic Blogger

Vic González | Isabel Dominguez | Samsung Paralympic Blogger


Good morning, dear followers of Samsung’s blogs. We’re on our way to Jeongseon centre, where today we’re seeing the snowboard cross competition. One of our participants of this competition is Vic González, who we’re accompaning in this discreet bus. [Sings] Hi, I’m Vic González and if snowboard goes wrong for me, I’ll become a singer or a bus decorator here in Korea. Tell us, which discipline do you like most, cross or banked slalom? I like banked slalom more because there are many jumps and many changes of slope. And that, for the spasticity I have, makes my muscles to not behave in the right way and makes them tense when, maybe, they have to be soft to absorb. So it’s a complicated race for me. However I feel safer in the banked slalom and I’m more effective. Your mother and your sister have come to see the competition, haven’t they? Yes. I’m very happy because all this adventure started with them, they helped me since the beginning, they were the most fundamental support I’ve had along with my friends, and the fact that they are here gives me a special strength, and they’re absolutely on my board when I descend. Well, Vic, we’re going to follow the competition with your mother and your sister. Good luck. I’m Paz, Vic’ sister. We’re here very proud of you, very happy to be here. We’re enjoying thoroughly, and we hope that you take advantage of all this, that you enjoy it. Hi, I’m Vic’s mother, Mari Paz, and here we are giving it our all with our flags and cheering our son. Go on, this fight must be followed until the end. Here we are at Jeongseon, we’re going to support Víctor González, who has been able to beat the qualification round and he’s going to face the American Mark Mann in the in the last sixteen. Good luck, Vic! Good, good, good! Yes! Today’s competition is over, tell us, how are you? Well, a bit sad because I’ve made mistakes especially in the first jump which was important to qualify to have a good oponent in the K.O’s. Still, I’ll compete with a world’s runner-up. Anyway, I’m happy because I’ve given everything, so much my legs are currently burning. And, well, also relieved because I’m done with this competition and it’s coming the one in which I feel comfortable, which is banked slalom. Greetings to all the amsung Paralympic Blogger followers. Greetings, friends.

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