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Raisa got the gold with her mother as support

Raisa got the gold with her mother as support

Lillian Mendes and her daughter Risa Leal Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

Last Saturday was the day the two were able to catch up. Before the competition began, Raisa skated across the track while warming up to listen to her mother’s advice in the stands. Concentrated, Lillian only had eyes for the little girl – who was already growing up. Brazilian Fadinha is 15 years old explained to UOL It is important to get the mother’s help at that moment.

“She couldn’t stay with me in the village, so I didn’t see her for about six days. Since we had already made the strategy, she asked me to go with confidence and then we were killing our longing. She gave me security,” Risa said shortly after winning the gold medal in skating street. Which other people don’t get because she’s my mother and my coach. “Anyway, I feel much stronger with her. She helps me a lot.”

Finally, after the competition, the two were able to celebrate with the entire team. At the end of the day, Lillian accompanied Risa to Casa Brasil, in Santiago, to see her daughter add her gold to the medal table that COB had set up in the private space.

There is no doubt that Risa is one of the top stars of the Brazilian team and, therefore, one of the most sought-after athletes, which makes Liliane an important figure as well. Despite this, Vadinha’s guardian prefers to stay out of the limelight.

Lillian’s focus is on her daughter, and nothing could be fairer: she is a mother, a coach, a counselor, a friend, and she is everything. For Risa, the goalkeeper Liliane will always be there, paying attention to the best maneuvers that can make the Brazilian Vadinha soar in all competitions.

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