Highlight: Italian short track speed skater pursues legends in Beijing 2022

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This episode of CGTN’s special series “The Chat Room – Meet the Olympians” features Arianna Fontana, who has won 45 European championships and eight Olympic medals, including a gold at her fourth Winter Games in PyeongChang. She is the most decorated female short track speed skater in the Olympic history. Here she expresses her expectations for the Beijing 2022 and Milano Cortina 2026 in her homeland.

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