Very happy with my two SuperG races today in Serre Chevalier. This season I had two major goals: the first was to qualify for the second run in the GS or SL race at the World Championships, the second was to lower my FIS points below 80 in one of the speed disciplines. With my two results today (82.5 and 71.9 points) I will finish this season with 77 FIS points in SuperG and have now achieved both my season goals.
Thanks to all who have posted messages of support on this website and on Instagram. I would like to especially thank Dominique and family from Switzerland- thank you so much for your trust and encouragement, and Rickey from the US who has travelled the world to cheer for me at three World Championships and the Winter Olympic Games- awesome.
Team Announcement FIS Alpine World Ski Championships - February 4th - 17th 2019 : Are (SWE)
The Team for Sweden are Tess Arbez, Cormac Comerford and Kieran Norris.
So proud and honoured to be part of Team Ireland heading off to the Alpine Skiing World Championships in beautiful Are, Sweden. My third World Championships, can't wait!
Help me finance the upcoming season by buying a super cool "Fan Club" hoodie, colour charcoal grey (see photo album and full details below).
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Price 75 euros. Will post worldwide.
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Many thanks for your support!
Back from the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang it is already time to think about the next season.
A complete season of racing at an international level is very costly and I am running on a very tight budget.
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Several really nice articles have come out in the press this week on Team Ireland's Winter Olympic journey. Very appreciated coverage for Alpine skiing in Ireland!
As my teammate Pat McMillan says: "The future looks bright for Irish skiing":
After my slalom race was also postponed on Wednesday due to high winds on the course my first Olympic race was the GS Thursday. I was very nervous on the first run but happy with my second run on a daunting course, knocking 4 seconds off the time of my first run to finish in 50th place. Officially an Olympian! What could be better than that? Tomorrow the slalom! Éirinn go Brách!