Avid readers of FasterSkier know her as the voice of reason and evidence when it comes to reporting on all things doping in nordic sport. Chelsea Little, a force here at FasterSkier for eight years, is stepping down from her editor-at-large position. Based in Switzerland as she wraps up her Ph.D. in aquatic biology, Little took some time last week to talk about her tenure at FasterSkier and what her plans are for the future.
Little’s coverage also included non-doping related pieces and race reports from both cross-country and biathlon. Asked about some of the work she is most proud of, Little referenced a story on the connection between birth control pills and athletic performance. Here’s a link to that piece.
Most recently, she drilled down into the nitty gritty details of the Sochi doping scandal and WADA’s subsequent investigations.
Come along for the audio ride as we dive into the world of reporting with FasterSkier’s Chelsea Little.
Jason lives in Bend, Ore., and can often be seen chasing his two boys around town. He’s a self-proclaimed audio geek. That all started back in the early 1990s when he convinced a naive public radio editor he should report a story from Alaska’s, Ruth Gorge. Now, Jason’s common companion is his field-recording gear.