Tuesday 08/12/2020 10:14 AM (GMT + 7)
(Sports news, behind-the-scenes news) “Round 1” creates beauty for women, but sometimes it affects the athlete’s performance.
“Round 1” flourishes to create beauty for women, but for sports athletes this can affect their performance. Sohu (China) newspaper, recently re-published a blushing story about female player Phan Hieu Dinh, who was fined for letting “round 1” stick to a billiard ball, but there are still many similar cases.
Phan Hieu Dinh was deducted points for a fault with billiards
In the article “Don’t let your breasts ruin your sports dream”, Theatlantic newspaper gave mixed opinions about “round 1” with sports. While the majority of coaches and sports players agree with the view that too large “round 1” will affect sports performance, there are two veteran coaches who always find the best way to overcome them.
Golf coach, Kellie Stenzel, and former South African beach volleyball player, Alena Schurkov, despite having a huge “first round”, they still play good sports finding their own ways to play comfortably. Not as lucky as them, the following players had a lot of trouble because the “round 1” was too big during the game.
Alicia Sacramone admits a large “round 1” has greatly hindered her career
Halep, Romanian tennis player had surgery to remove a part of his chest to win the glory he won
Boxer Ronda Rousey also expressed her discomfort because of having a “round 1” dream with many people
Nebiat Habtemariam once exposed her chest while racing
(Sports news, billiard news) Sohu (China) newspaper recalls the “blushing” case of the country’s most beautiful player, Phan Hieu …