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  1. Huge honor to open competition

    Sarah Hendrickson

    I think most people would agree that the Olympic Games are in a category by themselves. It's almost frustrating that media and others pay attention to your hard work for only that one event every four years. If you succeed, you're forever a legend. I...

    Blog | February 28, 2014
  2. Time to go all out

    Sarah Hendrickson

    After an Aug. 21 ski jumping injury in which I tore several ligaments in my knee, I'm excited to say that I am now eight weeks out of surgery and feeling great. The first six weeks of rehab were mellow, yet vital for the initial healing from the surg...

    Blog | October 24, 2013
  3. Dispelling ski jumping myths

    Sarah Hendrickson

    For a summer blog, I could have easily written about training routines, travel schedules and the basics of ski jumping. Sure, that stuff is informative -- even a little repetitive. But this time, I decided to add a little twist. I'm going to share so...

    Blog | August 15, 2013
  4. Still soaring during my downtime

    Sarah Hendrickson

    Last season was, in a word, terrific: I fulfilled one of my dreams by becoming the world ski jumping champion in March. After the high of worlds, I headed back to Park City, Utah, where I live, for a little time off. Little did I know, this "time off...

    Blog | June 05, 2013