Izabela Marcisz is one of the most talented Polish winter athletes. Only 22 years old, the competitor won gold at the Youth World Championships in Vuokatia, Finland last year. In addition, he has two silver medals at the Junior World Championships. The Pole was a participant in this year’s Olympic Games in Beijing.
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Shocking. Izabela Marcisz recorded while changing clothes
On Friday, December 2, in the Norwegian Lillehammer World Cup, the ladies competed in the 10 km race in live technique. Izabela Marcisz finished the competition in 39th place, scoring 12 points in the general classification. There was a scandalous situation during the competition. The polka was recorded on Norwegian television at the moment of changing clothes.
– In Finland we had a separate changing room, the conditions were very good. Here it’s inconvenient for women when you have to change clothes. It would be good to do something about it, because it was uncomfortable for me – commented Marcisz.
“I’m ashamed, but I think the organizers of the run are more ashamed than I am,” she said. One of the best players in the world, Frida Karlsson, expressed her full approval of the Polish position, who decided that this should not be the case. – It will be A lot happens before the race and we don’t think that it will be recorded – emphasizes the Swede.
The situation for Sport.pl was also commented on by another of our representatives, Monika Skinder. – Immediately after the start, when Iza came for a meal, she talks about this incident. I believe that the cameras should be positioned so that they do not cover the area for players from different countries. We change there before the start, concentration lasts, we are sweaty after the warm-up and we have to put on dry clothes. You have to set these cameras differently – admitted the second of our players.-
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“We’d like that not to be seen.” But it happened so quickly that we didn’t realize what had happened until later. Our camera is compatible with the organizer and FIS settings, so we hope they will take care of it. We do not want this type of material to ever be shown – commented the press manager of TV Jan-Petter Dahl for Dagbladet.