Art Of Feeding (And Keeping Hydrated) Your Athlete

Art Of Feeding (And Keeping Hydrated) Your Athlete

Newsfeed, Training & Outfitting
The Daily Skier reporter has spent a day with an Assistant Coach of the Russian ski team Egor Sorin during Toblach- Cortina 50k race last weekend, part of Visma Ski CLassics Series - and gleaned an invaluable insight into how the team of technical personal, aides and helpers work to keep "their" skiers fed, hydrated - and ready to win Follow the story through Instagram posts & captions https://www.instagram.com/p/Be5TNxaBJhb https://www.instagram.com/p/Be5XtU6BIfa/?taken-by=daily_skier https://www.instagram.com/p/Be5_j3whDf4/?taken-by=daily_skier https://www.instagram.com/p/Be7U5yhBy7P/?taken-by=daily_skier https://www.instagram.com/p/Be8PR9Ehw4A/?taken-by=daily_skier To refresh your memory: Ustiugov, for whom it was the first- ever Ski Classics race, have managed to stay with the leading group till the very end but lost a few centimeters to eventual winner Tord Asle Gjerdalen and Andreas Nygaard ( Ilya Chernousov was disqualified for obstruction)
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Klæbo And Bolshunov: Things To Know About Two Brilliant Youngsters

Klæbo And Bolshunov: Things To Know About Two Brilliant Youngsters

Leaders, Newsfeed
This season started quite unexpectedly for the sport where a lot of athletes peak at around/after the tender age of 30 and it is not unknown to win a major race being close to 40 years of age. Two youngsters not just attacked the podium(s) – they pretty much jumped on it, pushing aside other favorites! First of the two is, of course, a 21 year old John Høsflot Klæbo of Norway with his absolutely phenomenal " six wins in six World Cup races" in season so far. https://www.instagram.com/p/BckgVmFg9mX/? The second might not have such an impressive slew of victories yet – but he's close, very-very close – so much, in fact, that he's running second in the World Cup standings – Alexander Bolshunov of Russia, currently aged 20 (…
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