Originally posted on Callum Watson:

One of the luxuries of staying at home for longer is enjoying the longer days and warmer weather. Waiting for my visa to be approved is torturous! I need to get myself back to Sweden as quickly as I can as I know that is where I can improve the most. Sweden however is terribly cold and dark this time of year… That makes being stuck here a little easier to handle. I do have to start being careful with all the snakes about now, yesterday while running after my gym session I saw two Brown Snakes, the second looking as though it has just eaten a small rabbit or something of similar size – its been quite some time that I have had to be concerned about them. Here is a much friendlier visitor that was in the backyard earlier last week that a lot of people (primarily members…

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Heart Palpitations

Originally posted on Paul Kovacs:

Spring has been glorious at home, sunny, warm and ideal for training. I’m waiting to get my visa for the US. I feel like a kid waiting for Christmas, wanting to open that present they know is sitting under the tree, but being held back by their parents. I know an announcement is coming but I just can’t wait. There is still the off chance that my stocking will be filled with coal and I’ll be rejected by the US immigration, but I’m hoping it will be fine. The up side of me bouncing up and down, waiting for my visa like a kid that’s eaten too many candy canes, is that I’ve plenty of time to enjoy the Aussie spring!

Nice view from Feathertop down to the ovens Valley

Nice view from Feathertop down to the Ovens Valley

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Originally posted on Callum Watson:

Momentum is hard to gather for heavier objects but luckily I am a light weight! Maybe that is why coming back has been easier than I ever expected. For the first time I feel that I have been smart about about getting back into training. Usually with injuries  I fire things up too hot, too early and well and truly cook the goose! This time I have been scared, any reprocussions would be unbearable, so in a way this fear has helped keep me sensible.

The AUSXC Team camp was great. Unfortunately I missed the first day due to sudden family commitments in Sydney, however luckily that coincided with meeting up with Teresa before she flew back to Sweden the next day. Seconds before a man in a suit fell in, Manly was offering a beautiful view to watch and relax!


The following day however was back to work!! As…

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Feedback – Style of Image Gallery

This week three different styles of image gallery have been used on AUSXC. Which do you prefer?


Images from National Team Spring Camp – Kosciuszko Main Range

Images from the last day of the National Team Spring Camp, between Charlotte Pass and Mt Kosciuszko.


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Images from National Team Spring Camp – Mt Ainslie Time Trial

More images from the National Team training camp in Canberra last week.

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Images from National Team Spring Camp – AROC Adventure Day!

An assortment of images from the National Team training camp in Canberra last week. Thanks to Tom & Alina from AROC Sport for putting together an ad-hoc multisport endurance session on short notice!



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