Towards the end of the race season all I can think about it sitting around in the sunshine without obligations. However, in all reality, it seems that spring is often more busy than the rest of the year. I still have not been in one place for more than a week. While the mental break of not thinking about training and racing has been good, I am feeling the fatigue from bouncing around all month.
November 26, 2019 by Scott Patterson
I jumped in the first races for my season last weekend and let’s just say there are still quite a few cobwebs hanging around. I had a period of sickness in the fall the hindered getting on snow time trials in while in Alaska, so my body wasn’t quite used to the race efforts. Saturday […] > READ MORE
November 22, 2019 by David Norris
I left Anchorage on November 15th with Beitostølen, Norway as my first destination. I will be here for a little over a week training and competing in two distance races over the weekend before traveling to Finland for the first World Cup weekend. I stopped in Seattle for a night, which broke up the travel […] > READ MORE
November 20, 2019 by Scott Patterson
Outside of my own media channels, there are several opportunities to follow along with results for this season. These are basic suggestions that I’m sure can be elaborated on by those following along in the US. There are a few weekends (such as this coming weekend in Beitostolen) that may be a little more difficult […] > READ MORE