Been somewhat MIA on here lately. But that’s mostly because I’ve been enjoying some new experiences and adventures.
Spent a long time with @racin__grayson this spring down in AZ, Started a business @roamcyclesmt , and am back on the training grind with the @bsf_pro_team .
Life’s good 👍
Wrapped up the 2022/23 race season in Craftsbury last week.
It was a season full of travel and racing. More than I’ve ever done before. Some highs and some lows throughout the season presented a mixed bag of emotions. However, I look back and can pull positive memories from each venue, full of good friends, amazing race courses, and new experiences.
I think everyone that helped make this year happen. From sponsors and coaches, to family and friends. There were so many people involved in the process and I am so fortunate to have people excited about what I’m doing.
I am excited for another year with the @bsf_pro_team and to push myself and my teammates higher.
For now though, it’s time to head down to Arizona for some much needed time with @racin__grayson and Kuzco! Hopefully to escape the piles of snow still in Bozeman 😅
Drammen City Sprint ✅
OPA Finals: Toblach, Italy
March 17th: Skate Sprint
March 18th: 10k Skate Int
March 19th: 15k Classic Pursuit
US Nationals: Craftsbury, VT
March 22nd: 10k Classic Int.
March 24th: Skate Sprint
March 25h: Mixed Team (4x5km) Relay
March 26th: 50k Classic Mass
Head to the website for the full schedule and result links 👍
It’s not often that you see a sprint boy go the distance.
I wouldn’t have pegged myself to outperform my sprint result in the 20k classic. But it was a good reminder that a lot can happen with a years worth of training in the books.
This was the first set of races with the entire @bsf_pro_team back together all season and it was a blast.
Wirth SuperTour did not disappoint!
9th time is the charm 😅
I cried today in the finish pen as I watched my name hover around 25th place. It wasn’t until @feeenoco said my name was green and enough people had finished that excitement and relief set in.
Today, I made my first World Cup sprint quarterfinal. After a season filled with self doubt, disappointment, and frustration, it finally happened. P27 today made me feel like an all star and drives me to do even better in the future.
I appreciate more than ever everyone that has backed me up in this endeavor. It takes much more than just hard work and determination to make this happen. Resources, phone calls, planning, and support are really the biggest reasons that today happened. If you were a part of that, you can cry a little too, because (excuse my French) today was fucking awesome! Thank you skiing and thank you everyone cheering near and far!
Les Rousses WC weekend was another fun one! A technically demanding sprint course spread apart the field and made for some great racing. Although I did not qualify, it was a fun race and has me excited for this coming weekend in Toblach.
A week in the Italian Alps should be great!