Beth Slade is Australia’s newest athlete to the extreme sliding sport of Luge and she is one event away from her dream of qualifying for the Winter Youth Olympic Games
I have just arrived in my new winter home of Colorado, USA for the next five months as I prepare myself for the new adventure of chasing my dreams and hopefully qualifying for the Winter Youth Olympic Games.
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