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Russian athlete Yulia Chepalova is pregnant: it is useful for the country and pleasant for her

What is the most interesting high life piece of news in sport world? This is the piece of news from Yulia Chepalova: her husband Dmitry Lyashenko and she will became parents this September. Though, not the fact itself is interesting (at least it is a usual thing, even in sport world), but another fact which foreran it. The famous Russian sportswoman and frequent Olympic champion Yulia Chepalova made an official statement that she was on fourth month of pregnancy, Megapolis-Express reports. In the case of Yulia Chepalov, “naturally produced adrenalin” plaid a positive role: being pregnant already during the 2002 Plays, the champion had not to use additional stimulators. Though, after the Olympic Games ended, the athlete did not have an abortion, like most of sportswomen do: yes, in the history of the world sport it is a usual case, when namely “slight” pregnancy helped to win a victory and after the contest they simply had abortions. Though, the Russian sportswomen decided to turn the phenomenon useful for the country’s sport records into a pleasant event for herself. So, let us wish happiness and future victories in Olympic Games to Yulia.

Sergei Yugov PRAVDA.Ru

Sport-Express photograph: Yulia Chepalova

Translated by Vera Solovieva

Read the original in Russian: http://pravda.ru/main/2002/04/27/40427.html

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