On January 30-31st, I traveled from Sweden to South Korea to compete for the USA in 3 days of World Cup cross-country ski races. It was exciting and a little surreal to travel to Asia for a weekend of racing. Continue reading “Skiing in Korea!”
Since last Tuesday, July 5th, I’ve been in Anchorage, Alaska. This city is where I attended high school, and where I returned during the summers between my college years. So it’s familiar, though different without my parents in AK anymore (they’ve relocated to Montana), and great to visit the places and people I know up here. But really, I’m in Alaska primarily to join the US Ski Team training camp – we’ve had a week of dry-land training in town, and tomorrow morning we’re flying up to the Eagle glacier for a week of on-snow training. Continue reading “AK summer days, and training with the USST camp”
Photos from Oslo and especially the Holmenkollen!
I arrived in Oslo on Wednesday morning, making it to the hotel in Fornebu by late morning. It wasn’t until evening that I saw any of the other US athletes, Continue reading “Oslo!”