A bunch of people have been asking about the video of my run at Winterpark, and other than when they showed the Nationals on tv it was nowhere to be found. Little crooked but it gets the point across.
Such nice weather here in Salt Lake right now. A little bouldering session the other day turned into an awesome afternoon. Starting to get more into the bouldering scene from lead climbing, and this was my first legit time going. So many good places up Little Cottonwood and beauty everywhere you look. Got to love the first day back of the year. Especially when you think you can climb anything you usually do, but are so out of climbing shape, your hands throb the instant you latch onto a hold.
|Locks for Love, Only took 2 years to grow out|
|U.S. National Championship's Super-G 3rd Place, Photo: Harry Caston|
What a ridiculous year this has been. Up's and downs but I finally laid one down, in Winterpark last week landing myself on the podium just six one-hundreds out of first place. This sport is so crazy, and it's addicting. One day you can be pondering future plans as a poet, and within just over a minute, everything changes and you want to continue to excel in your sport(just kidding about the poet thing, I would definitely ponder surfing first). It's days like those that remind me how much I love doing what I'm doing, and keep me going.
Anyway it's been beautiful weather in Colorado, and great icy conditions for racing. I've been racing spring series and it's been going pretty well. Three third places in a row. Also what are the odds I would tie with someone for third, two races in the last week right up to the hundredth haha. Few more races left this year, heading up to Bachelor next week for a last little series of downhill for the season.