Holiday break and IBU Cup prep

Since I last updated you all, I have officially been named to the team racing at IBU Cups #4 and #5 in Slovakia and Germany! These races are also being used as the final phase of Olympic qualification. There are 4 races, and they will take your best 2 results out of 4. I need to be one of the top two women in order to be guaranteed a spot on the Olympic Team, but if I fall into third I would be named as the alternate. Being the alternate is better than not going at all, but you're not guaranteed to actually race at the Olympics. The alternate goes to the Olympics, but is used only if somebody on the team gets sick or injured. I'm excited to get such an incredible opportunity, competing for a

On snow and racing

I have been seriously lagging when it comes to blogging these days, my priorities are clearly elsewhere. I figured I should give you all a little update though, since my season started a few weeks ago! My last update ended with an on-snow camp up in Quebec, Canada. After that little adventure, I hopped on plane and found myself in Boulder, Colorado once again! I spent about a week there relaxing and celebrating an early Thanksgiving before my on-snow camp in Canmore, Alberta, Canada. The Thanksgiving crew: Dustin, Austin, Pippa, and I Colorado was a blast, and I can't wait to go back. This was one of my first times actually cooking a Thanksgiving dinner without the help of parents or coaches



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