Meet the Olympians: Suzanne Schulting, Netherlands’ short track speed skater

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Suzanne Schulting, a short track speed skater from the Netherlands, won golds in the 1,000m and 3,000m relays, silver in the 500m and bronze in the 1,500m at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, making her the first woman to win four short track speed skating medals ever at a single Olympics. Join CGTN’s exclusive conversation with her for more insights! #Beijing2022 #TheChatRoom #MeettheOlympians

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