BLOG: My three weeks in Oregon flew by. The weather was great, I was back on my skis and surrounded by friends. My knee hurt a little more than expected, but I gradually figured out when I could push it and when it was better to hold back.
Davina Williams has bounced back from serious injury and the death of a friend to chase her Olympic debut in Sochi in Ski Halfpipe which also makes its debut.
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BLOG: On March 26, 2013 I returned home from the World Cup Tour. I was returning home with plenty to think about and a thirst for success.
BLOG: So summer training has now well and truly started for me! Since my last post, I’ve finished Uni for the year and my fellow Australian teammates have arrived in Russia and we’ve all begun the hard slog which is summer training for a Biathlete.
BLOG: I've just had my first week back on snow in Cardrona, New Zealand. It's been three months since I had my last ski day, and it feels like forever!
BLOG: Like most winter athletes in Australia I go from winter in the Northern Hemisphere for training and competing to a Southern Hemisphere winter in the off season. This means
BLOG: I’d landed in Park City, Utah and settled into my routine: two hours of push training and start analysis to start each day, a physio session with Ashley Merkur and then mountain biking runs for the rest of the day.
SNOWBOARD: From rock bottom to world-beater; that is the goal for snowboarder Nathan Johnstone as he eyes the Olympic berth that should have been.
BLOG: Strength prep in the gym and sprint work is all going well, but it is about time to start working on some skeleton start technique!