Truthful Insight To College Skiing

Truthful Insight To College Skiing

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Oda Karlsen Bekkestad is a student-athlete at the  University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, United States.  Ms. Bekkestad shares her insights into the US college skiing on the Daily Skier pages.    American college skiing has a reputation for being a skier’s way of ending their career. Injuries, parties and a lack of structure is just some of the descriptions used to confirm this stereotype. However, stereotypes aren’t always accurate. Being a student-athlete can be a springboard to a long and successful athletic career. As a college skier you have tons of recourses available to you. Not only for improving your athletic ability, but also for developing academically. Nutritionists, coaches, therapists and tutors are just some of the recourses you can take advantage of. Most student-athletes have support systems that are similar…
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Introducing New Daily Skier Contributor

Introducing New Daily Skier Contributor

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Meet & greet Oda Bekkestad, new contributor to the Daily Skier growing media empire ( Right ?! A bit of self-deprecation never hurts. But seriously - we keep on growing!) Oda is originally from Norway, where she started skiing at the age of 8 Now 22, Ms. Bekkestad is studying communication and journalism at the University of Wisconsin- Green Bay in the United States - and continues her skiing career as a student-athlete. Oda will provide us with quite unique insight into how the European "cross country skiing" differs from its American sibling, Nordic skiing - if at all Stand by for Oda' first story to appear right here at the Daily Skier, shortly
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