Reading your post brought back so many memories for me. You might not remember me but I’m from Winona, MN and skied at NMU during the late 1980’s. I had exactly the same experience you are having now during my final years at NMU. Only advice I can provide is do exactly what you are doing. Step back the pressure, stay positive and probably most important – find yourself beyond skiing. You seem to have a really well rounded life. Shift focus to the other areas while your body recovers to bring back those PR’s. You’ll find you become an even better racer knowing you have those other areas when it comes back. IT WILL COME BACK. Cheers and enjoy the ride. Go Wildcats!!
February 22, 2019 by David Norris
The travel was worth it to race in this stadium with so many fans- Warner Nickerson picture Loyal ski fans- Warner Nickerson picture After Nationals I was selected to race in the World Cup in Ulricehamn, Sweden. “Awesome,” I said “I’ll be there.” Well, getting to Sweden from the East Coast sounds mellow for an Alaskan who […] > READ MORE
February 21, 2019 by Kikkan Randall
Kikkan Randall had everything — a long-awaited Olympic cross-country skiing gold medal in Pyeongchang, a family life with her husband and toddler son. And then she had breast cancer. By Bonnie D. Ford and photo’s by Anchorage based Ash Adams. For the complete article click HERE. ESPN has put together a very nice compilation video. […] > READ MORE