That one powder day on the 3rd of April
That one powder day on the 3rd of April

That's it. Almost 5 months of skiing done and dusted. It's been an interesting journey, what with joining a new and wonderful team of Brits. There have been several highlights such as Krampus, getting my first FIS podium, traveling to Norway, Monopoly deal (an epic card game for those that don't know), powder skiing in April (who would have thought!),  among various other things. This season has given me a lot to think about, in how its been going and how I am approaching my training. There are always things to improve on and my self-assessment of this season has shown that too. I am now in a stage where I am regrouping and building towards the NZ season. I've got a new physical trainer and the new program is tailored to improving my physical weaknesses which is a huge bonus for my forth coming seasons plan. Although I am not skiing at the moment, I am still not back home. Seeing as I was in this part of the world, I decided to venture to England to visit family and partake in some work experience. I would like to further my education but am undecided as to what field to pursue, hence the trial at an event management company. At this stage, I know that the rest of my trip will absolutely fly by. Here are a few photos of this trip;

core in the sunshine - I swear its not staged!!
core in the sunshine - I swear its not staged!!
Hovden, Norway
Hovden, Norway
The British champs 2015
The British champs 2015
A wee lie down during dryland
A wee lie down during dryland