Well, it is kind of strange when most of the slalom season is already over beginning of January. With 7 Slaloms already done and 4 more to go (including the city event in Stockholm and the world championships) I do question what the FIS had in mind when planning it this way. Nevertheless, the break after Flachau was really deserved and well needed. Unpacking my bags and simply staying at home felt great and my health condition really did need some rest as I have been sick like many others too.
My last results, 7th in Flachau and 8th in Maribor, were ok but there is still a lot of work until the world championships in February in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Most of all I think I will have to work on improving my technique in the flat parts as the hill in St. Moritz has some really flat flat parts. Are there any chances for me to win a medal? Well, that is why you go to world championships, but I will be confronted with questions like these pretty soon, so I do not want to think too much about it right now.