23 oktober 2010, reuzenslalom in Sölden bij de vrouwen: 1. Rebensburg, 2. Hölzl, 5. Rieschquote:
quote:The rest of the season
The world championships in Beaver Creek was a great experience. The whole process of trying to get ready in time was one big challenge. I like challenges. And in the end it worked out, but with a margin of only a day or two. It was probably pushing it a little bit to ski in the world champs. But I felt it was under control. Ever since I left Beaver Creek I´ve been thinking a lot about what to do with the rest of the season. How I feel on skis being my number one priority. How the injury looks being the number one priority for the medical team. The other aspect is what risks I´m taking with my starting positions for next year. As we all know start numbers make a big difference in ski racing. I feel pretty good on the skis, but I also feel that I missed those three months of skiing. To be back 100% I will need a lot more skiing, but if everything runs perfect I think it would be possible to do some good races. Achilles also looks good. But as the guys at the Olympic center in Oslo said, “you still have three months of rehab training left, dont forget that!”. And then we have the aspect with the staring position. To describe it simple it works something like this; If you are injured you get injury status. An injury is something that FIS says it takes 8 months to recover from. So if you´re back quicker, then you get no injury status. This means that if I start skiing World Cup now I´m not injured and never was. And that means I have the last few races of the season to try and collect the same ranking points that the other guys have used the whole winter to collect. If I don’t collect them I will start next season with a bad start number. I have done the math, and it would be possible to make it happen. But that is if everything runs perfect. Including weather and other factors that I cant control, because I couldn’t afford any races being cancelled. So between the math and good advice from people I trust I have landed on the decision that I will use the rest of this winter to get back to good old shape. In other words no more races. Both skiing and physical rehab needs a lot more work. And this way I have the time to get it done right. Come to the beginning of next season fully prepared and be ready to attack 100% again. Thanks for the support during world champs. That meant a lot!! And it was almost unreal to be back way earlier then I expected. But back at Olympic center it was clearly back to reality. 3 more months of rehab training…
10 wekkers gezet om de Super G te kunnen kijken vanochtend, mis ik het alsnog. Overigens vorige maand zelf die Strecke geskied met 50cm verse poeder erop .quote:
http://www.sportschau.de/(...)ergderherren102.htmlquote:Op zondag 22 februari 2015 14:23 schreef Jedi_Pimp het volgende:
10 wekkers gezet om de Super G te kunnen kijken vanochtend, mis ik het alsnog. Overigens vorige maand zelf die Strecke geskied met 50cm verse poeder erop .
Weet jij of je ergens de uitzending kan terugkijken of anders een samenvatting oid?
Thanks man!quote:Op zondag 22 februari 2015 14:56 schreef showtimer het volgende: