10x US National Champion, 2x Olympian, Kris Freeman has joined FasterSkier as a blogger. For years Kris has been the icon of American Nordic skiing and now we can keep up with his training, life and racing.
Writes Kris in his blog intro:
“Welcome to my blog. I skied my first race at the age of six. I have had a burning desire to ski fast ever since. I will be posting updates on my heavy training load and world cup race schedule on this blog. My website www.krisfreeman.net will continue as a more physiological examination of my performances. I will also post a few diabetes specific articles on my personal site.”
You can visit Kris Freeman's blog:
Read more about him on his “About” page:
We are very excited to have Kris blogging on FasterSkier! He will bring us a wide range of knowledge generated from years of competing at the highest level.
Also FasterSkier hopes by now that you have realized we have made some minor changes to the organization of the blogs. There are now two categories – “Featured” and “Other.” Featured blogs are written by high profile athletes and programs or contain content that appeal to a wide audience. Those writing in the “Other” section may not be have the credentials of the “Featured” bloggers, but their stories and commentary are no less interesting. Be sure to check in on these blogs as well, including another new blogger – Nat Herz, a skier for Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. Nat will bring the perspective of an aspiring collegiate racer to the blogosphere. Visit Nat's blog at http://blogs.fasterskier.com . “Other” blogs are accessible from the FasterSkier blog home ( http://blogs.fasterskier.com ) at the bottom of the page, and at the bottom of the left nav on any blog page.