Calgary Olympic Oval
It's exciting but daunting at the same time because when training starts up again for next season in a couple weeks, it'll be for the Olympic year. For Sochi 2014.
As I updated you all a couple weeks ago, my mom and I took a different approach to my training since our Nationals in December, and it continues to be a success. During these last weeks, I have gained back confidence in my skating and my body is holding up really well, which I owe completely to my therapy support team (Paula, Dr. Major, Dr. Yoss, Dr. Carl, Dena, my parents) and Extreme Endurance, a product that continues to give me great results each training session!
|My mom and I, along with my hand-made sweater|
Races begin next Wednesday at the oval in Calgary, Canada, the site of the 1988 Olympic Games, which was my mom's last Olympics and the one where I was 1-year old, being strollered around the Olympic grounds while people attached Olympic pins on my hand-made sweater. I so wish I could have remembered all those memories at that age!
|My mom and I at Calgary Olympics, 1988|
|Calgary Olympics, 1988|
To keep up with Jeffrey and my results in the next weeks, for Salt Lake City/American Cup race results on Jeffrey this coming weekend, visit: http://usspeedskating.org/athletes/results and clicking on "AmCup Long Track Speedskating Final/North American Champs/Champions Challenge".
For the Calgary Finale competition, visit: http://oval.ucalgary.ca/10_competitions and scroll down til you see "Olympic Oval Finale/Canada Cup Final".
Or for both Salt Lake City/Calgary Final competitions, you can also find results at: http://speedskatingresults.com
For Brian Hansen's World Cup/World racing, visit: http://www.isuresults.eu
1 Corinthians 9:25
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