Home for the holidays...but not for long

For those of you who don't follow my Facebook page, Twitter, or Instagram...I'm going to the IBU Cup!! This was expected, considering I won three out of the three qualifying races, but it's official now. I will be heading out to Europe on the first day of the New Year and will begin my race season in Martell, Italy. This was where I ended my international season last year, and is one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited. Martell is a little mountain village in South Tyrol where you must take a small, winding road from the bottom of the valley all the way up. Martell is famous for their strawberries and their incredibly difficult biathlon course! I'm excited to spend time here aga

I can't feel my face (when I'm racing)

I've been in Minnesota for almost a week now and haven't seen temperatures above 10 degrees in a long while! Let's just say, I have become an expert on layers and racing when it's cold. So, if you need any tips, feel free to hit me up with any questions! Also, whoever invented toe warmers, I thank you. The travel day from Canmore was quite eventful. Our original itinerary was Calgary --> Chicago --> Duluth...but we got an email a day before our departure saying our flight to Duluth was canceled. Therefore, we changed our itinerary to Calgary --> Denver --> Minneapolis. Unfortunately we missed our flight out of Denver due to delays in Calgary...and the only flight I could get on was to go thr

First races under the belt

My season began traveling to Canmore, Alberta, Canada about a week ago. The travel went well, no serious delays and all of the bags arrived. The only downside was that we got into Canmore around 1:30 am, which felt like 3:30 am because of the time change. The week was spent adjusting to the altitude, getting our ski legs back under us, and enjoying the beautiful view of the Canadian Rockies. I love being in Canmore, it's one of my favorite places to train and race. This was the first time I've been here though when there is only about 3 km of skiing, and no natural snow! Thankfully, it has been snowing all day, and it's still falling as I type! So, I have officially completed the first two r



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