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World Cup 5 & 6

Sorry for such a delayed blog post, but after Ruhpolding I didn't really have the motivation to write. Sometimes I find it easy to write, and other times I just sit here staring at a blank screen trying to think of what to say. Being in the middle of the race season, where all I'm thinking about is biathlon and racing, the last thing I really want to do is write about biathlon and racing. But, I know that many of you are eager to hear about how I felt being back on the World Cup, so here you go! Happy to be back on the World Cup After some great racing in Martell, Italy on the IBU Cup (12th and 10th place finishes) I was bumped up to race World Cup 5 in Ruhpolding, Germany. This was where I

Italia

I'm currently curled up in my bed eating mint chocolate and looking out my window to these huge, beautiful hills with little farms and houses scattered about. Italy is an amazing country. The food is delicious and the people are genuine and friendly. The only complaint I have is the lack of natural snow. We're in South Tyrol nestled in the Italian Alps, and it's brown. The only snow we have is the ribbon of manmade snow for our race loop. For anybody reading this who does not believe in climate change, I can tell you right now that I am experiencing it first hand. Almost all of my racing has been forced to be on manmade loops of snow, while the region itself has no natural snow. Above our

MADDIE PHANEUF

USA BIATHLETE

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