Nicola Spirig has made her decision: The 38-year-old two-time Olympic medalist is extending her career and wants to start at the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo. It is a carefully-considered decision.

Statement by Nicola Spirig on the postponement of the Olympic Games to 2021 «For the past months, I have been working daily towards my goal of competing at my fifth Olympic Summer Games. While I was highly motivated, the...

Uncertain times for a professional athlete like Nicola Spirig: competitions are being cancelled, indoor swimming facilities closed and as a result, daily training is becoming increasingly more difficult. The corona virus has...

London 2012 Olympic champion Nicola Spirig has won the ISRAMAN half Ironman in Eilat, Israel, this past Friday. Competing in her first triathlon of the year, the 37-year-old from Zurich distanced the competition by several...

Nearly six months before the women's Olympic triathlon in Tokyo, Nicola Spirig is set to give her international competition debut in 2020 with a start at the ISRAMAN Half-Ironman at the end of this month. Taking place in Eilat,...

At a partner event at the Hotel Atlantis by Giardino in Zurich, Nicola Spirig looked back on the past year – and ahead to 2020. In about eight months' time, she will be taking part in the Olympic Games in Tokyo for the fifth time...

In the past weeks Nicola Spirig has completed two more World Cup races: The 37-year-old started in Tongyeong (South Korea) and Miyazaki (Japan). During her trip to Asia, she also visited Sheshou (South Korea), a possible...

Together with her sponsor On, Nicola Spirig has produced an impressive short film. In addition to gripping and touching moments, it shows that it is possible to be a top athlete and a parent at the same time. Goose bumps are...

With rank 10 at the "Grand Final" Nicola Spirig was the best Swiss athlete in Lausanne and reached her goal of a top 10 result only four months after giving birth to son Alexis.

Nicola Spirig won the demanding duathlon in St. Moritz. The 37-year-old Olympic champion and co-founder of the event in the Upper Engadine reached the finish after 20 km of cycling and 6.6 km of running in 1:23:39 hours. She...

 
 

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