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One of my favourite things about Ski Cross is that men and women are held to the same standard. We run the same courses regardless of size, strength, and skill level. This can sometimes create tension between the genders as some men may feel threatened that the ladies ski the same courses. Similarly, the women may feel it’s not fair…

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Swiss Nationals was a success for the Canadian ladies 💪🏻 2nd Kelsey Serwa, 3rd me, 4th Alexa Velcic. I’ve also qualified for World Cup finals in Veysonnaz, Switzerland after some tough racing in Germany and Russia. The top 16 woman race at finals and I managed to claim the 16th spot. I didn’t know what to expect coming into this…

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Feldberg World Cup Germany

From not qualifying to a personal best qualification, watching the race from the side lines to a second ever World Cup small final! It was a wild ride of emotions from doubt to shaking I was so happy. Swinging from highs to lows like no other, all while trying to keep my back for relapsing. a sport psych once told…

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Back in the game 💪🏻

After much anticipation and suspense, begging my body to recover in time to finish the season, I have finally been cleared by my coach and physios to race. I had lots of treatment including needles, shock wave therapy, active release you name it, however the most helpful thing I found was de stressing. Who new stress could cause so much…

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All smiles after the Sweden World Cup. The course was, as expected, fast and intimidating, however after the first run jitters were out it was nothing but fun and good racing. I had some tough heats stacked with world champions and Olympian’s but I was able to hold my own by winning a few starts and making passes. I’m pleased…

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2019 is looking like an exciting year!

I’m looking forward to an epic part two of an already rockin season. Next stop is Sweden for the Idre World Cup. Idre builds the biggest course on the World Cup circuit. It has a very technical start section into a straight away of massive lofty jumps that we hit at 80kmph…… I’m a little nervous… but mostly excited! Im…

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I started my first World Cup in Arosa with no idea what to expect, but I was excited, and nervous. I took a risky line in my qualifying run which cost me a few seconds and bumped me to 20th place (4 places away from moving on to the race). It definitely shook my mental game to watch the race…

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