Let me start off by saying that I may be one of the worlds worst bloggers. I am just realizing now that I haven’t posted on here in over four months. In my defence, the last four months have been crazy busy; Finishing up the ski season, graduating Highschool, and spending some quality time at … More March to July…
A lot has happened since I last updated this blog, let me start from the beginning and give you a quick recap of what has happened since I left off. A long long time ago, back in December of 2012, I was training and racing in Panorama. I spent a week training there followed by … More Globe Trotting
Where does the time go? Seriously, it feels as though just yesterday I was posting on this blog about Chile but that was already two months ago now. Let me bring you up to speed with what has happened since then. The month of October was full of daily gym workouts and catching up in … More Been way too long!
Ski season has officially started! But not without some lab testing. On November 5th we had our pre-season fitness test, I was a little less than happy with my results thinking that I would improve my bike test. However, after over a month off the bike my legs didn’t fare to well. But thats okay, … More And so it begins.
The last two weeks of skiing have been awesome! Although its a low snow year the conditions have been great, freeze-thaw cycles meant for some really firm snow and bluebird days made the deal that much sweeter. When its all said and done we will have skied 14 days in a row and covered all disciplines. … More Skiing In Portillo
Just some photos from the first couple of days of Skiing in Portillo.
South America has always been a destination that I have wanted to travel too. I think my desire to seek out and explore such unique places as the Andes mountains came from my dad. As a kid my family and I would gather in the living room and watch as my dad showed us slides … More New Country, New Language, No Luggage
The first weekend in September always presents itself as a challenge, a true testament to ones cardiovascular fitness. Of course I am talking about the Steamer Hill climb. For those of you who are unfamiliar with “The Steamer” it is an Individual road bike Time Trial up Mt. Revelstoke National Park. The road climbs 1700 vertical meters … More Mt. Revelstoke Steamer
Hey Everyone, just updating the layout and design of my blog. Bear with me, I will have lots of updates and photos from Chile and the rest of the winter!
Yeah baby first post on the new blog! In case you haven’t seen my old one it can be found here at http://unterbergerdominic.blogspot.ca/ Out with the old and in with the new! My new blog will eventually feature updates on Ski and Bike racing and other day to day adventures I may encounter. I am scheming … More Word Up!