First of allt I went to Colorado right after new year’s to start skiing big jumps again. It felt great jumping again and my knee was holding up pretty good
We had our first World Cup in Copper 2 weeks ago. It was pretty exciting to compete in my first WC ever. I had a really mellow run since I only had 4 days of jumping before the contest. It went quite alright during practice, with a pretty decent run I guess. Though being the first contest after my injury, I was a little bit nervous, and I ended up falling both of my runs. Anyway, still happy that I could compete again, after 8 months of rehab! I stayed in Colorado for another week after the contest to ski as much as I could, before I had to leave for a Big Air contest in Gerlos, Austria.
I got to the event with no expectations at all. I was just looking forward to compete in a big air again. It all ended up great; skiing pretty well and won the contest I couldn’t believe it! After all the hard work I put in this summer and fall, I was on top of the podium again.
Bad picture. But I don’t care
PK and me enjoying the sun in Breckenridge
Me trying to look cool in Breckenridge
Another one from Breckenridge
I’ve got two new sponsors after new year’s wich I’m supper happy about.
Peak Performance and Shred. Two of my favorite brands in the ski industri so I couldn’t be more excited.
That’s not a Shred helmet… I’ve got my new helmet when I arrived in Austria. Here it is:
Of course it’s a Pepsi logo on it aswell
Flying back to Austria tomorrow to compete in a pretty cool slopestyle event. Can’t wait