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Sunday, August 31, 2008

We’ve been back in the states since Wednesday. It’s certainly nice to be home, but I miss skiing everyday. Nonetheless, out of the last four days down under only one was worth skiing. The final slalom race of the Japanese series was cancelled due to lightning, then we had one good day of training with U.S. guys, and the next two days were warm and foggy making the snow too soft and rotten to ski.

But all and all, it was a great camp. I am officially on Head skis. I have a couple pairs of Bode’s now, but I’m going to get more, softer skis, in October. Sam and I had a great camp with the Treble Cone and now we’re on the same page with most things. We still have to dial in our tuning and waxing work between us, but there will be plenty of time to do that before the races start.

Now it’s time to hammer out the final stage of dryland (more intense lifting and less cardio), dial in the season schedule, finish up budgeting, and make sure we have a huge golf tourney.

Hope all is well, w

posted by Warner at 8/31/2008 07:03:00 PM


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