Well, it has been a great ski season. I know that span id=”SPELLING_ERROR_0″ class=”blsp-spelling-error”JOs/span are still happening out east, and spring series and other races have yet to be run, but for me (and probably most Minnesotans) the ski season is over. It is 40 degrees and raining pretty hard right now, and even the span id=”SPELLING_ERROR_1″ class=”blsp-spelling-error”snowmaking/span loops at elm creek and span id=”SPELLING_ERROR_2″ class=”blsp-spelling-error”wirth/span will have a hard time holding on for long.br /br /I think my last ski will have been the Slush Rush at Elm Creek last Saturday. It was a lot of fun, and there was a family rate for the race so my parents, wife, and brother-in-law Ben all decided to come race too. The only problem was that Ben had skied a grand total of 2 times in his life, probably totaling less than 10k. True story: the race started at the bottom of the sleding hill, and Ben was having such a hard time getting up the hill that half way up the race organizers came down to him and pushed him the rest of the way up the hill. Needless to say he was a bit over his head, but was smart enough to cut the race short before he hurt himself (or my borrowed equiptment!). The good news is that he enjoyed himself enough to borrow my boots and skis for the rest of his spring break week and is currently skiing on some trails in Wisconsin with some college friends. Only bad part of the race is that I managed to catch a head cold and am now paying the price by having to carry a box of kleenex around with me in the clinic all day (is there anything worse than a runny nose under a surgical mask?). At least this is a good time to take some time off. It is probably good for me too, since I otherwise would have jumped right in to running with Nichole, and last spring that meant that I never really took any significant break after the ski season. This year I will. I will also have to do a deeper retrospective on my training log for the year. It was a good season for me – probably not quite as good as last year, but darn close – and I will have to figure out what type of changes I should make for next year.br /br /As for Vakava as a team, I will simply quote Dave’s last email: “It’s been a lot of fun seeing all of our hard efforts paying off with some very good skiing and some very good results. Aside from just having a lot of fun on the snow together, Vakava had 14 overall race wins this winter, and more than 50 age-class wins. We’re looking forward to continuing to build on that success.”br /br /It will be time to break out the Marwe’s in no time!div class=”blogger-post-footer”img width=’1′ height=’1′ src=’https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/1572647974447867713-6860861630369329114?l=vakavaraceteam.blogspot.com’ alt=” //div
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Former collegiate skier at GAC. Currently a dentist in MN who can still win a few local races if the CXC guys don't show up.