Author: Line

Pop the corns: 2019 review

So it’s been a while. Like a long bit of while. And there is one obvious reason: I’ve simply not found the right words to describe the past 2-3 years. There has been a few more unexpected than I expected; even though I normally try to expect the unexpected. And then for a reason, I’ve let this site in silence, thinking that before I could start writing again, I needed to “give a proper update”. An update on why I almost haven’t raced in 3 years, an update on what I’ve been up to instead – and it’s not that I don’t want to talk about it, but where. to. start? And then I realised, that there are “no rules” for blogs 🙂

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From weather report to race report

It’s time for an update.

Weather report: Sunny, 17 degrees. I’m currently so pale, that I need to wear sunscreen in bed not to get burned. PS: I LOVE spring!

Leg report: Stiff. Been running track this morning with (aka trying desperately to hang on to) Bermuda-ready Lotte Killer-Miller. Hurts so bad, feels so good. PS: I love track!

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When you don’t really know what to say

“We dont know what to say”. That was the exact and only words in a message from Lea and Schilling. I loved it! Unfortunately, they didn’t send it because of a recent success; something like “oh girl, you just won this and this race, or you just nailed the texture of this chocolate cake. We don’t know what to say!”. That would have been really nice though!

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Punktering på baghjulet

Med fare for at skrive en halv-depri-update (det er ik’ rigtig mine favoritter)….:

Punktering på baghjulet er nok en af de ting, jeg synes mindst om i verden. Det er virkelig træls. Men noget der er mere træls er, når ens bedre halvdel bliver syg. Og når kroppen (nok som respons) slukker samtidig med, så er det sgu som om, forhjulet også punkterer. Dobbelt træls. Hvis det så også begynder at regne….arjj!! I kender nok følelsen. Så langt ude er jeg heldgivis ikke (7-9-13). Men alligevel.

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Sleep tracking

 “Good morning! It looks like you were sleeping”.

That’s the message, I wake up to every morning from my Suunto watch. The next thing I get is an evaluation of “how I slept” – measured by movements, time in bed, and heart rate. As I’m now a bit of a fan of this feature, I thought I’ll give you some insight in what sleep tracking is and my (not-so) magic numbers!

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Kåm så de røgje!


Så er det officielt! Jeg stiller fra dags dato op for Rødekro Tri og Motion. Jeg rykker dermed mit klubmedlemskab hjem til det sønderjyske, med forhåbning om at jeg kan bidrage til talentudviklingen som rollemodel for andre unge sønderjyder, der drømmer om at blive til noget stort indenfor sportens verden; måske endnu større end Sønderjysk Mester….selvom det jo også er et stepping stone, som også for mig har været meget betydningsfuldt!

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Copenhagen Road

Er flyttet i ny lejlighed i Odense C, og har udnyttet til fulde at det er off season og kan bruge tiden på at komme på plads. Det har været vigtigt for mig, at lejligheden har været funktionel ift at kunne “huse” alt udstyr, og at det er nemt tilgængeligt. Jeg nyder allerede at have lidt mere plads, efter 4 år i en 1-værelses hvor jeg nærmest har sovet ovenpå bøtter med energipulver, spist morgenmad med cyklen “til bords” og haft cykelslanger som eneste lejlighedsudsmykning.

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Clean Sport campaign

In Denmark, we have an anti doping campaign going on, where a depeche is relay’ing around the country between athletes. When you have the depeche, you have the opportunity to create awareness on clean sport. I was fortunate to have the depeche in September so I took the opportunity to do a clean sport campaign in Danish. I’ve got some requests on translating it to English so here are all six posts, in one blog ..

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Behind the scenes: CeramicSpeed commercial in the making

During the summer, I was fortunate to be involved in the making of marketing material for CeramicSpeed’s new product: The UFO Drip Chain Coating. Here is a glimpse behind the scenes from a different evening as a sponsored athlete.

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You always have a choice

(If you start reading, you’ll have to finish – or go directly to version 2! NB: The first paragraph is way exaggerated! And I know it’s a bit risci to post it – I really don’t mean to offend anyone… Hope you’ll get the point 😉

Fall 2016, version 1

So, I was in my greatest shape ever and pumped up for my 70.3 debut. I fell over my bike because of a stupid bastard that didn’t know the traffic rules. I was in sooo much pain immediately but I went on my trip to the race. It was a nightmare to get there. I was stranded in Brussels, had to buy new tickets and walk around and around with all of my luggage.

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