Athlete’s voice ‘similar to Mickey Mouse’ as she reacts to breaking world document

Fans have been left questioning if Disney’s Mickey Mouse had smashed a world document after listening to a star athlete’s post-race interview.

Dutch sensation Femke Bol stormed to gold within the 400m on the World Indoor Championships in Glasgow, setting a brand new world better of 49.17 seconds within the course of. Bol’s profession goes from power to power after she gained gold in each the 400m hurdles and the 4x400m relay on the outside World Championships in Budapest final 12 months.

Following her newest success, the 24-year-old gave a pleasant interview to the BBC, with many followers likening her voice to that of the legendary cartoon mouse.

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One X (previously Twitter) person posted: “I swear if you close your eyes, you could convince yourself Mickey Mouse has just broken the 400m indoor world record for the Netherlands.”

Another added: “I saw this last night and she just seems and incredible, nicest human being and it’s an amazing accomplishment. But aye, this is all I could think of. Femke Bol you are fantastic.”

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Femke Bol during her interview with BBC after winning gold in Glasgow
Femke Bol throughout her interview with BBC after profitable gold in Glasgow

A 3rd concurred, saying: “This woman is a total legend on the track but I did think that myself last night.”

Bol acquired loads of plaudits too. One fan declared: “Femke Bol is an absolute legend! Not hearing a word against her!” Another added: “The finest sportswoman on the planet right now. Absolute soldier.”

Fans thought she sounded similar to Disney’s Mickey Mouse

Meanwhile, on the ultimate day of competitors in Glasgow, Great Britain set a brand new nationwide document as they certified for the ultimate of the 4x400m relay.

Lina Nielsen, Ama Pipi, Hannah Kelly and Jessie Knight gained their warmth in 3:26.4 seconds in Glasgow. They completed nearly a second forward of Jamaica, with the Czech Republic third. Bol and the Netherlands, the favourites for the gold medal, certified from the primary warmth in 3:27.70.