The highlights of my 40 minutes of race put into 3 minutes, hope you enjoy better than I did
I’ve just been looking back on an amazing 2 weeks in Canada! It’s been such an honour to be representing Great Britain on such a big stage racing amongst some of the best athlete’s in the world 🇬🇧 From being flag bearer for my country to skiing in -25 at the start of the week to racing my best race so far in the 7.5km finishing 15th, then finishing 14th in the sprint! The @caledonianordic centre had some amazing trails to explore on rest days and finally finishing the World Championships on a massive high with the 15km with a personal best finish of 13th 😆⛷🎿 now to get training for next year’s season! A huge thank you to all of the support from my Family, Friends, @gbparanordic support staff, my teammates and my AMAZING sponsors!
My final race of my first world cup was the 890m sprint. The course consisted of one big hill and several corners and the top 12 times in the sprint qualifing for the semifinals. I finished 25th with a time of 2:19:5 which was only 20 seconds behind the winner, making me feel very proud of my achievements.
I felt like the Vuokatti world cup was a great success.
Its now time to train even harder for my next world cup in 12-19 January 2019 – Ostersund, Sweden.
My first race and it all starts with the 7.5 km race. It was very exciting and nerve racking first race. I had no expectations, just wanted to get my first every time and race under my belt. I was extremely nervous during my first lap but then settled into the race and loved every second of it/ Finished 22nd with a time of 30.46.6.