Alica Schmidt, the German sprinter who has been called both “World’s Sexiest Athlete” and “World’s Hottest Track Athlete,” won her event and set a personal best this week.
It took some research, but I was able to determine the exact date and location of this event. While I may not know much about track and field, I was able to learn that the event took place on July 30 at the Mommsenstadion in Berlin thanks to the World Athletics website.
Again, I’m not a track and field specialist, so I have no idea how fierce the competition was or what the stakes were. I can tell you that the 24-year-old supermodel and track sensation crushed the competition in the 400 meters.
According to the official results, Alica’s finishing time of 52.18 was a personal best. The closest competitor to that time crossed the line in 53.27 seconds. It’s a big deal to beat the other competitors by more than a second. At all times, at least one other runner is close behind you.
No of the context, it’s always cause for celebration to come out on top, crush the competition, and set a new personal best. Alica did it, but she soon shifted her attention back to her task.
She “took the win with a new personal best over 400m,” she explained. It meant a lot to me. It’s still early in the season, so let’s get back to business.
Alica Schmidt’s Hard Work Is Paying Off
That’s the mentality of a winner. She had more work to do and didn’t waste any time getting back to it after her victory.
That type of outlook is what differentiates average performers from truly exceptional ones. Alica has amassed many victories on social media but less on the track throughout the years.
It appears that she may have discovered a key by going to her happy spot. Hopefully, this will serve as a foundation for her as she trains for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.
She must be excited at the prospect of being invited to compete in the games.
The sole purpose of Alica’s journey to the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo was to promote the event. It’s about time she showed up for a race on the largest track and field stage in the world.