It's now time for a bit of post season rest and recovery! Which gives me a good chance to get my racing resume mailed out to lots of teams and companies as my hunt for support in 2014 continues.
University has kicked off again, I'm now in my final year of anatomy and physiology, so the work is getting pretty tough but it's definitely do-able with a bit of planning and organisation.
|Anatomy - every day is Halloween|
I'm really please to announce that the University of Dundee has selected me for their Sports performance Programme. The aims of this programme is to improve the competitive success of Dundee Universities sport teams and athletes and to raise aspirations and expectations of these teams and athletes.
In return for our commitment to the university and our sports, the selected athletes receive high quality coaching and a range of services to enhance our sporting performance.
Flare Clothing have been busy designing some new kit for girls who like to shred. Get over to Hannah's website and have a look at the new T-shirts, they come in loads of rad colours too! Flare Tees. Flare recently featured in total women's cycling magazine with Hannah's plans for Flare and the history behind the brand. The article also contains a glimpse of the new Flare kit designs so check it out here: Flare article - Total Women's Cycling. I'm really excited for the London Bike Show in February where I'll be heading along with Hannah to represent Flare Clothing Company. If you fancy a good weekend checking out new products and seeing what the UK has to offer the cycling world in 2014 then head to London 13-16th February. More info on the show here: London Bike Show.
It has now been confirmed that I will be working with ride 100% next year. These guys produce sweet moto and DH goggles and have around since the 1980's! They will be providing me with some goggle sets for shredding and racing. 100% have recently launched their 2014 range, can't wait to try them out this winter!
See their 2014 range here: 100% 2014 product range
100% on facebook
Ruthless Hats knitted this steezy hat for me this winter, can't wait for the ski season to kick off! If your a keen skier head along to this website to check out Lonely Mountain Skis. Jamie Kunka was a product design student at the University of Dundee who recently graduated and is now working on this unique brand of skis. Handmade traditional wooden skis made by old fashioned steam bending!
LMS Facebook page
|Lonely Mountain Skis!|
Thanks again to everyone who made this season so great, I'm looking forward to finalising Team-Emma plans for 2014 and starting on the tough off season training.
If your interested in teaming up, please contact me at email@example.com