DrylandRacingUSST Rollerski Time Trial Results…Lessons…Flip or Flop?

FasterSkier FasterSkierOctober 20, 2004

Source: This report on the US Ski Team was provided by Team Today: WWW.TEAMTODAY.ORG

Women 5km

Wendy Wagner 14:21 (7:06) (7:15) — last year skied 13:48
Hilary Patzer 14:56 (7:22) (7:34) — last year skied 17:02
Denise Teela 15:39
Erin 16:46
Anna 17:27

Men 10km

Casey Ward 25:39 (6:11) (6:34) (6:32) (6:22) — last year 26:40
Jeremy Teela 26:45 (6:39) 6:46) (6:49) (6:35)
Lars Flora 27:08 (6:30) (6:48) (6:57) (6:53)
Kris Freeman 27:24 (6:35) (7:04) (7:03) (6:50) — last year 27:14
James Upham 28:40 (6:58) (7:15) (7:18) (7:09)
Chris Cook 30:24 (7:18) (7:42) (7:58) (7:22)
Leif Zimmerman 31:25 (7:44) (7:00) (7:58) (7:43)
Eli Enman 32:31 (7:46) (8:14) (8:12) (8:19)

Men Sprint
Prelim

Torin Koos 3:33
Jeremy Teela 3:42
Andy Newell 3:51
Zack Simons 3:52
Colin Rogers 4:01
Tim Weston 4:03

Women Sprint
Prelim

Kate Whitcomb 4:47
Carolyn Tracey 4:54




Torin Koos


Going after the real goal (changing plans to fit changing circumstances):

While some might accuse us of lacking the sort of resolution required of strong leadership we have changed our training plan this week to fit changing circumstances. This past week many of our skiers have felt a bit tired. We had a level 5 workout planned for Tuesday. Level 5 workouts demand a lot of energy, focus and desire — all of which require being rested. This workout has been postponed until Saturday in order to give our skiers a bit more recovery time.

The original plan looked good when we made it but it doesn’t look so good now that we realize our skiers are a bit tired. True mental weakness would be ignoring reality and doing the workout anyway. Mental toughness is constantly evaluating, adapting to changing circumstances and acting accordingly with the true goal (becoming a faster skier) solidly in mind.


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