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FasterSkier FasterSkierJanuary 17, 2006



Karin Camenisch

Fasterskier: “How did the qualifying round go?”

Karin Camenisch: “I'm never that fast in the qualifying round. But I know I can ski fast in the heats, so I didn't really care. It was ok – it was a good warmup I guess!”

FS: “Did you feel like you had to go all-out to make it [into the top 8 for the heats] or were you able to be a little conservative?”

KC: “No no, I was conservative.”

FS: “Did you end up going with klister or just skate skis or what?”

KC: “In the qualifying round we used just a base green, and then later on we used klister, because I didn't have perfect kick in the qualifying.”

FS: “How were the bridges?”

KC: “They were good. I never have problems on the uphills, that's my strength, so it was good. I have problems with double poling, so I have to try to keep up with everybody with lats. But it was good.”

FS: “Were you getting tired by the last round?”

KC: “No, actually not. Because we didn't do four rounds like normal, so it wasn't as hard.”

FS: “What are you doing after this?”

KC: “I'm going back home, to school for two weeks, and then hopefully coming out for the City of Lakes Loppet, and the sprint the day before. I have to defend my title there!”

FS: “What are you studying in school?”

KC: “Exercise physiology, I just started this fall.”

FS: “And you're able to mix that in in between races?”

KC: “I try to. It's definitely hard, because I have to go home and instead of resting I have to do homework, but it's fine.”

FS: “Well good for you, and good job today!”

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