What do you think: if a biography of my biathlon career was made would it be found under the dark humor aisle or the inspirational come back section (not sure what the technical name for that genre is) of the book store? To be fair, I did say I despise asking for money, I'm not very skilled at it, and with or without help it's far from over. After all, they can't stop me from training! Still, the current status of my fund raising attempt is not suggesting the latter for my biography theme.
I can always train well. Training has been going well. Last week was the first 20 plus hour week of the year. My foot has been questionable in that I'm not sure if it's injured or not. Sometimes it hurts to walk on it other times, like yesterday, I run on it for 30kms and it doesn't complain. The roller skis and pole tips are weathering the training storm well. I was even able to home repair a bike into mostly working!
Shooting is still in the hacking phase. The plan is make the stock work for as much as I work for the stock. We're still moving the guts of my prone position around trying to find this perfect fit. Standing has shown some progress with this new outlook. Prone will do the same, but needs more trial and error at the moment.
In conclusion... here are a few pictures to add some more color to this update.
|And yes! I successfully skied on May first.|
|However, this particular day on the crust was the best.|
|The road doubles as a river.|
|Not the final version. This is a experimental version.|
|The trial and error of getting my head to be more level in prone.|
|Proof! That I was once in my early 20s.|
p.s. Who ever donated that $40 is awesome ! Many thanks!