The following was translated by whiteskates, with some minor editing done by me.
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Adrian Schultheiss is sitting on the edge of his bed in his studio apartment in Gothenburg and watches his aquarium with an empty look in his eyes. He apologizes for the messy state of his place.
- Up until two years ago I used to clean up, but after that I couldn’t be bothered to do it anymore. So I’ve stopped.
In the middle of the room there are two big, black garbage bags full of empty cans. Adrian hasn’t disposed of them because there are so many that it would be embarrassing. Under a coffee table with lit candles there are some plastic bags. They contain dolls, teddy bears and other stuffed animals that Adrian’s fans have thrown onto the ice. Between the bed and a small couch, he has squeezed in a training bike. The walls are full of photos of him skating and of paintings he has painted himself. Taped on a shelf, there’s a piece of paper with a drawing of a podium. He has drawn a smiley on the gold medalist’s spot. Beneath it are the words, “I can. I will.”
It has only been a few days since Adrian got back from the competition Skate America in Oregon, where he and his coach of seven years had a falling out and decided to part ways. He is upset and confused, and doesn’t yet know how to schedule his training for the future. For the time being, he has an arrangement with two junior coaches, Maria Bergqvist and Johanna Dalstrand, who will coach him until the Swedish Championships.
- I care about my coach, but as in all relationships, there have been lots of disagreements. In the last four years, there has been a lot of shit. It has been locked up. We can’t talk anymore.
Adrian really wants to break into the world’s elite, but this season has been dogged by problems. On top of the rows with his coach, he has suffered pain in his groin and was forced to change skating boots because he was unlucky to get a bad pair. All are unfortunate circumstances, but such things happen to an athlete. Adrian’s main problem is far worse: he doesn’t enjoy it anymore.
SmallFairy has already provided the translation for the next section involving Adrian. I'll look it over and see if any adjustments need to be made before I post the paragraphs that I've been working on.