Road to Sochi: An Olympic blog, part 2

Alpine skier Ieva Januškevičiūtė writes her second Olympic blog post about the holiday at home, traveling to Italy with her alpine equipment and an impressive slackline workout (video)

From sportas.info; Translated for The Lithuania Tribune
Ieva demonstrates the splits on the slackline.
Ieva demonstrates the splits on the slackline.

Ieva Januškevičiūtė will be the first Lithuanian athlete to participate in the Olympic women’s alpine skiing events. This is her second blog post for “The Road to Sochi.” Read part 1 here.

So I’m headed back to Italy. I got to spend about two weeks in Lithuania. I came back from Sweden on Christmas Eve. I spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with my family at my grandmother’s in Šilutė. The last thing I wanted to do was drive 300 kilometers to Šilutė after the long trip from Sweden, but I did really want to see my grandmother. It was fun to celebrate Christmas. I spent the rest of my vacation in Vilnius, it was good to meet up with old friends. But it was so sad to see Lithuania with almost no snow at Christmas. As a result, I wasn’t able to get any ski training in here.
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