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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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Here we goooooo!!!

After a massively extended pre season enough snow has finally fallen and races are a go here in Arosa Switzerland🙌🏻 Tomorrow will be the qualifications for my first World Cup and I am extremely excited!! We have done SO much training and I can’t wait to put what I have learned into action.

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Tech appreciation post

I like the way the Canadian Ski Cross techs think. These guys put so much work and wax into our “fun sticks”. Fast skis play a major role in our success, races are sometimes won and lost by skis alone. On a straight drag race course the results are determined by how low you can tuck and what you waxed…

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Pray to the snow gods 🙏🏻

Unfortunately due to lack of snow the first World Cup in Val Thorens France has been canceled along with the third race in Montafon Austria. The International Ski Federation is currently looking for new venues to build tracks. We have no option now but to train until enough snow falls. We have spent 5 days in Solden training GS and…

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A big day in Pitztal

Today was my third day of training on the Pitztal Glacier in Austria. It was an exhausting but exhilarating day running heats with my teammate Mikayla. We are both on the development team but have been invited to ski World Cups with the National team. Naturally we want to prove that we belong here and are ready for the challenge,…

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