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After the Olympics ended, we still had 4 more events left in the season. Unfortunately the first 2 days of competition in Japan didn't go very well for me. I missed finals in singles, then in the 2nd round of duals I barely made it off of bottom air, but landed on my head. (I'm okay though!)

The next event was in Airolo Switzerland. Training was going great but the fog rolled in for competition day and we were unable to compete...

Luckily the weather didn't get too bad in Megeve for World Cup Finals. I ended the season on top of the podium and finished ranked 2nd overall in the World Cup ranking! It has been such an incredible season full of ups and downs and I am so stoked to finish the season on such a high note. I am really happy with how far I came this season and what I was able to accomplish. I'm hungry for more and looking forward to coming back next season. I couldn't more be thankful to all of my sponsors and all of the support you have all given me. I really wouldn't be here without you and can't wait for whats next!
Thank you for tuning in all season!

The World Cup season has come to a close but don't miss out on Nationals this week in Waterville valley!!


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