Momoka Muraoka, who won three gold medals at the Beijing Paralympic Alpine Skiing, held a press conference and said that she would continue to "two-sword style" with athletics and aim to participate in the Paralympic Games. However, sincerely, we will face each other. "

After winning five medals at the 2018 Pyeongchang tournament alpine skiing, 25-year-old Muraoka has taken on the challenge of "dual wield" with athletics.

Last summer at the Tokyo Games, he won 6th place on wheelchair track and field, and last month at the Beijing Games, he won three gold medals and one silver medal.

Muraoka has announced that he will continue to use the "dual wield" and aim to participate in the Paris tournament in the summer two years later and the Milan Cortina d'Ampezzo tournament four years later in the winter.

Muraoka held an online press conference on the 14th, "I was able to notice the two charms of athletics and skiing. I felt more fun than it was hard, I want to be faster, I want to be better. I was motivated to become, so I decided to start Chapter 2 of the continuation of dual wield. "

"I think it may be more difficult than ever, but I want to do my best to participate in the women's 100-meter wheelchair class at the summer Paris tournament two years later. I have more time to prepare than other athletes. It will be shorter, but sincerely, we will face the two competitions. "

She says Muraoka, she is planning to participate in the track and field Japan Para Tournament next month.