Here is why Hungary’s first Winter Olympic gold medallists change country

Here is why Hungary’s first Winter Olympic gold medallists change country

Short-track speed skaters Sándor Liu Shaolin and Liu Shaoan will say goodbye to Hungary. The athletes, who won Hungary’s first Winter Olympic gold medal, kept silent for a while, but now they have revealed the reason behind their life-changing decision in an exclusive interview. 


The Hungarian National Skating Federation (MOKSZ) has announced in a press release that the Shaolin brothers have requested a change of country. The athletes will follow their coach, Lina Zhang, who has left the Hungarian national team. It was later revealed that this daring move could cost between HUF 100-150 million (EUR 249-374 thousand) per person.

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