Olympic cyclist Anna Myers has given birth to her first child on Instagram on Monday.
Myers and his partner Nick Flyger – Australia’s national sprint cycling coach – posted a photo with the newborn, confirming the baby girl’s “safe arrival.”
“It’s better than any medal or title I’ve ever been a mother to,” Marres says in the caption of the image.
“@Nick_Flyger and I are thrilled to share the safe arrival of Miras Flyzer to our daughter Evelyn Bette. Born 1207am 10/02/2020 Weight 3.39kg “”
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Several Australian sports stars commented on the post, greeted the couple and welcomed their new family member.
“Congratulations … She’s beautiful. And good job Mama. Love you all so much,” Aussie tennis star Casey Delacqua responded.
“I can’t wipe the smile on my face. Valuable enough! Congratulations to Anna and Nick. He’s a kid too, “replied Australian runner Jessica Stenson.
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Myers revealed her pregnancy in September last year, acknowledging her life as a mother was a lifelong goal.
“It’s something I’ve always wanted,” says Marres. Advertiser.
In the context of the title being a parent, being Nick Dad and Amma would have been above all things I did, in some ways, I was not sure if I would ever get this opportunity, so it is very special to us right now.
The 36-year-old won six medals, including two golds, for riding a bike at the Olympic Games. Prior to his retirement in 2016, he competed in four Olympic Games.
Mares was the flag bearer and captain of the Australian team at the Rio Games in 2008, where she became the first Aussie to win a personal medal at four drawn Olympics.