I’m currently writing this from home. This season ended way earlier for me then I would like. In Bansko, Bulgaria in the SC race I straddled in the slalom and twisted my ankle. That resulted in a high ankle strain and a torn ligament. Not a huge injury, but big enough to set me out the rest of the season…which blows… I am however glad it happened this late in the season cause I don’t miss a lot of races, but that doesn’t mean I’m any more happy about it. It is what it is, and there isn’t anything to do about it now. I can look at it this way; I get a head start on my new season already! 🙂
It’s crazy how many people have been out with injury this season…that, or I’m more aware of it this time, watching from the sideline too now. I don’t really mean to dwell on the past, its just a different perspective. Anyhow, I look back on my season with a smile! I’ve taken another step closer to a podium this year then the years before. I’ve managed to reach so many of my goals, but still there are some I would have to give another year to reach! What I do got is time – and plenty of it. I’m on a good way to to a great career and I’m already now looking forward to kicking out of the gate in Sölden!
Thanks everyone who supported and followed me throughout the season. Thank you for your ‘Good luck’s!’, the ‘I believe in you’s’, the ‘I’m sorry it didn’t work out this time’s’ and the ‘Congratulations’! 🙂
I’m very appreciative and grateful for doing what I do, even in the ups and downs.