It wasn’t the ride or result I was aiming for, but I don’t think I could have tried any harder to make it happen. In the end – well – 3/4 of the way to the end, my lack of experience in marathon racing caught up to me as I hit the Great Wall. Cracking and cramping harder than I have in my life – reminiscent of Ryan in the 30km at Nationals in 2017.
Sometimes you’re up, sometimes you’re down.
Kentville was my last “race-race” of the season. All I wanted from the Mont-Sainte-Anne World Cup this year was to come to terms with the course that brought my run-away debut season to a halt last summer.
Kentville Canada Cup – clinching the series overall with another second place finish, closing the gap.
A picture and a brief note from each of the past four Canada Cups. Time flies, life is busy, sometimes the stories write themselves, other times they need time to brew. Baie Saint Paul XCC – 2nd (May 19th) Hanging on to Maghalie Rochette until the defining moment in the race where she went on…
First it’s excitement to start riding again, then it’s the anticipation of the competition, the race nerves, then the relief of washing away the unknown.
Brief recap from training camp in Brevard, North Carolina, with the OCA.
Happy New Year! And here’s to a new entry to the blog – rather than an update from myself, this is a post written by Steve Scoles. Steve and I connected in Winnipeg this past summer at the Canada Summer Games – he was commentating for the mountain bike events I was competing in. And…
After 6 weeks of nothing and 5 weeks of rehab, things are starting to look and feel more normal.