Noah: First World Cup race

Thanks to good test races in the Engadine, I was selected as a reserve runner for the World Cup in Norway. Due to an illness I came at short notice to an assignment in the relay. My team had a miserable start at the beginning and so it was already clear before my start that we as a team have no chance for a good result anymore. Nevertheless, I managed a good performance and it was definitely a great experience to get a taste of World Cup air for the first time.




In September I moved to a shared flat in Chur. I study architecture part-time. The technical university in Chur gives me a good balance between professional sport and studies.




Thanks to good autumn weather, I was able to discover the new surroundings with various training sessions. In addition to two long runs on the two local mountains of Chur, I completed two interesting orienteering days in Savognin and on the Ofenpass and several cycle tours.




Here are some pictures as impressions:

Long run with 1800m ascent to the Eggishorn as ''recreation'' of the Student World Championship

My first World Cup race in Norway

Map of the training camp in Norway

A contribution of the HTW Chur on instagram...

Long run on the Calanda: the 2300 meters of altitude were hard, but the view was all the more beautiful...

Nice evening atmosphere in Stockholm. I had great 11 training days in Sweden with Järla...

Finish to the relay victory at the ArgeAlp; my first assignment for the OLG Chur

Long run on Montalin with a view of Chur

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