Training Coronet Peak

Clear nights, many stars

Start of season training at Coronet Peak has been going well with good snow cover and mostly great weather.  Crisp clear nights followed by bluebird days so far this week for some slalom training, although the snow has been a bit soft with ruts developing a little sooner than desired.

Good Morning Rocky Gully     Adam July 22

The previous week saw some more stormy weather but we got in some good GS training in spite of the really flat lighting.  Training was cancelled on Sunday due to the mountain’s new 5cm rule – if more than 5cm of fresh snow falls overnight, no training allowed the following day!  The team had our physical testing completed (thanks Ginny Rutledge at Wanaka Physio) and I’m fairly happy with my continued improvement and getting back to where I need to be.  Working with Ben Griffin for dryland training and monitor health has been invaluable for keeping an eye on when I need to take a break and not become over tired.

Break Time

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