Well 2014 has come to a close, and as I've mentioned before it could have been one of my worst years ever. Having torn my ACL at the Olympic qualifier at Breckenridge, I was obviously devastated, but decided to put all of my focus and energy into rehabilitation of my knee. It has most definitely paid off, I was able to coach at Windells this summer and get back a little bit of on snow time that I had lost. Working with personal trainers, and dedicating hours in the gym has enabled me to be riding again at a level that I am comfortable being at, and constantly pushing myself and my body every day. I have a different approach to this season and am excited to be working on a few different projects with Bombas Socks, and the Make a Wish Foundation, that are setting the standard for giving back. I am also looking forward to competing in the Subaru Freeride Series which is a realm I am quite comfortable being in, but have never had the opportunity to compete.
The road to recovery will never quite be over, and I will always strive to be better being a competitive athlete. I would like to thank all of my supporters who have stood behind me on this journey, I would not be here without you.
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