While playing professional sports, athletes often face injuries and other difficulties. You secured an eighth World Cup win in the giant slalom at St Moritz on 15 December 2013, before disaster struck three days later. In falling heavily in the slalom in Courchevel (FRA), you tore the anterior cruciate ligament of your right knee and also damaged your meniscus. You spent three long winters working your way back to full fitness and form. You made her long-awaited return in 2016/17 and did so in style, scoring four wins in seven World Cup giant slalom races and two third places to regain your status as the world No. 1 in your discipline. Would you like to share tips on how to cope and make a comeback after an injury?
It was a long comeback because the most difficult part was to get my mental state/competitive state of mind back. It was a lot about mental work. When I got ride of the pressure of the results, the pressure to get back and understood I was fastest when I was enjoying my self, having fun. I also could put more work in and that helped me a lot achieve my best season after that (2016/2017)
What do you wish to say about the website Womenfitness.net and the message for its visitors?
I really love when women thrive through sport. It shows power and confidence and I really encourage every women to have fun in what ever their passion is.
Advice and motivational words to the inspiring and budding ski racing girls, who all are your fans and would like to know from you for their climb to the ladder of success in the field of giant slalom skiing.
Always remember why you started skiing. The feeling, the fun ! This is what skiing fast is all about. What ever your path is, this sport will learn you so much about yourself and life, so enjoy the journey !
You have an impressive Instagram following of 97.2k followers. A message for your ardent admirers.
Thank you all for the support and love ! I’ll try to share my new life off the racing slopes but always close to the mountains as much as possible so stay tuned 😉
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