My Olympics was an unqualified disaster. I am searching for answers to what happened to me. I went from tantalizingly close to a podium in December to unable to finish a race in Vancouver. That track record makes me the most inconsistent and volatile racer on the world cup. My diabetes management strategy was clearly insufficient to manage the stress of the Olympics. I got so focused on making sense of the tools I already had for glucose management that I stopped looking for the latest innovations and ideas. I am consulting new endocrinologists to try to get a clearer picture of the last month. On Monday I will be fitted with a new Dexcom continuous glucose monitor. I have a lot of questions and no answers at the moment so I am diverting my attention from the world cup to my health. If all goes well over the next few weeks I plan to race in Maine at the end of the month. Stay tuned for my assessment of the new glucose monitor.