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FasterSkier FasterSkierFebruary 2, 2009

For the past ten days I have been getting back to work. Which means some HARD training. Since Christmas the training has really been pretty spotty. Super cold weather made the lead up to Nationals a lot easier that I had intended. Nationals being only one race for me and a short one at that made that week a lot easier than planned and World Cups the next week meant I couldn’t do more than maintain fitness and try to be sharp for those. Three weeks and not a lot of quality work leading up to the Whistler races. I have read a few people commenting on the Canadians having 6 or 7 guys in front of the first US racer. When you look at their schedule compared with ours and the weather we had to deal with waiting to maybe race a 10 and 15k in the cold, while they did two 30k’s including a pursuit. For everyone but Kris this was both our first 30k and pursuit of the year… what would you expect?divbr //divdivEnough about that. The training has been amazing with a lot of climbs to train on at Trapp’s and Stowe, beautiful tracks every day and easy waxing have made for as good of a camp as I could hope for. I have another week of mellower training here before the SuperTour’s at Trapp’s over the weekend and going to Europe on the 9th. Can’t wait to start racing again!/divdiv class=”blogger-post-footer”img width=’1′ height=’1′ src=’https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/5871152313769582978-3957118371478587025?l=jamessoutham.blogspot.com’ alt=” //div

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