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Season Ender - Jacqueline Harmony

 
Season Ender - Jacqueline Harmony
Season Ender - Jacqueline Harmony
Season Ender - Jacqueline Harmony
Season Ender - Jacqueline Harmony
Season Ender - Jacqueline Harmony
 
October 12, 2012 - 
 

Through my whole season of Downhill racing this year I have had some amazing ups and downs.  I started off with a whole schedule of races with the backing of a great team.  As the season went on things were changing and turning in the opposite direction.  At one point I realized that I may not be able to finish out the season as I had planned out.  However I was fortunate enough to have the greatest friends and family to step in and sponsor me for the rest of the season.  I was able to win the Pan Am Continental Championships for the second year in a row, take the Pro GRT overall, slay it at the Colorado Freeride Festival Enduro, avoid a near crash at World Champs to come in 15th place, my first ever gold at U.S. National Camps and to finish it all off I held it together at the last World Cup in Norway to come in 5th place.  I finished off the World Cup series in 17th, one step up from my 18th place from the previous year.

Now my dream is to continue to compete in World Cup and take the overall, so I will continue this quest next season.  I will train harder for next season and I know that Five Ten will be there all the way.  Five Ten has been there for me for so many years and I will be forever grateful.

 

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