Colorado is a wrap! I am currently chilling at Denver airport on Standby trying to hop on that earlier flight to head to my next destination for Christmas! Fingers crossed if not I'll be sat here for another 8.5 hours haha.
The last 3 weeks have been crazy, first off with the Red Bull camp in Aspen and then back to back contests with the Dew Tour finals in Breckenrdige and the World Cup at Copper Mountain, it's been a fun few action packed weeks!
The World Cup went down on Friday, I finished in 11th place in very tricky conditions, it was tough, not going to lie, but I actually had a fun day riding with all the girls in the blizzard! I landed my run, not as clean or as good as I would have liked but to get something onto the feet and get my first of 2 top 12's needed for the Team GB critera in a stacked field of 54 riders I left with a smile on my face, so my ROAD TO SOCHI as everyone is now calling it, has just begun!
Here is the full results list. http://data.fis-ski.com/pdf/2014/SB/7399/7399RLR0.pdf
Thumbs up to surving the conditions, and my girl Cheryl Maas into Finals!
and some more of the gang, not so stoked on the blizzard... haha
On Friday I was in the Evening Standard! Read the full interview here if you missed it on your commute home from London. http://www.standard.co.uk/sport/other-sports/i-tend-to-be-quite-gungho-its-often-all-or-nothing--qa-with-british-snowboarder-and-sochi-2014-hopeful-aimee-fuller-9017515.html
ALSO if you didn't see it on FACEBOOK, during the week we had a day off from World Cup training, so I went to Breckenridge to get in the Christmas spirit, we sang Jingle Bells all day, and I did backflips all day, I needn't say anymore I think the video speaks for itself.