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  • All it takes is a little trust - Mellisa Hollingsworth
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FEEDBACK All it takes is a little trust March 1 2011 1 06 PM By Mellisa Hollingsworth Mellisa Hollingsworth left celebrates her bronze medal in the World Cup Championship in Kongissee Germany Courtesy Mellisa Hollingsworth I started sliding skeleton in 1995 in Calgary Alberta the site of the 1988 Winter Olympics In 1996 I took my first trip overseas and competed in my first World Cup well then it was called Ladies FIBT cup but same difference in Kongissee Germany and won a silver medal The track was built in 1968 and definitely reflects its age in its architectural design It s the first permanent artificially refrigerated track and instead of having the classic concrete snake design hidden in the mountains it has dark wood panels covering the concrete There are no short walls in the massive S corners so spectators can walk right into the belly of the corner as a sled speeds past The Kongissee track has so much history because of its age and with that comes the inevitable change The track had to undergo some construction this summer to keep up with our sliding technology because we are going quite a bit faster than what they were in 1968 I was happy with the alterations because it included a longer breaking stretch Kongissee is where I suffered my first ever concussion two years ago by going off the end of the out run smashing into a large high jump mat head first at 60km hr I m still suffering from zingers as I would call them in my head When I found out Kongissee would be the host of the 2011 World Championships I was excited I have only won five World Cup races in my career but two of those have been on the German track Secondly the last time I won a World Championship medal of any colour was in 2000 at Igls Austria Quite the dry spell considering my career to date We had a three week break from our last World Cup race until the World Championships and this was the only race I was focusing on all season I injured my foot in August which impeded my training and fitness and surprisingly affected my mind more than I would have ever imagined But I was confident my altered training plan would get me through the season and I would be healthy and ready to get sprinting three weeks before Worlds When that day came and my foot was in the same painful state I was disappointed frustrated and discouraged We arrived at the University of Rif outside of Salzburg Austria to start the speed training and the fire grew inside of me as I had to sit on the sidelines and watch my teammates spike up and get some good honest sprint workouts in When they finished I was able to join them in the weight room This isn t the mental state you desire to be in as you prep for the biggest race of the season There is a certain feeling you strive to attain as you prepare your body for a peak fast twitchy strong powerful all of this contributes to your confidence on your sled In four runs over two days I got myself into a power skid on the exit of Kriesel 360 corner where the consequences are severe This corner is intense because the range of the oscillations will intensify if your timing isn t perfect You are traveling in a tight right hand circle and waving up to the roof of the corner and down to the belly under around 4 4 5G s gforce so vision is limited When you get to the exit of the corner and realize you are too high to squeeze into the Doodles like a banked straight away think of moguls on a mountain you will either smash into the wall and flip and have a rough go through the Doodles or be angled the wrong direction and be thrown back and forth a few times killing your speed as you enter the bottom portion of the track The only way I was able to conquer this corner my first eight

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  • A change and a new challenge - Heather Moyse
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  • The pain game: How athletes deal with injuries
    Lake Louise where she was providing commentary for CBC s broadcast of the downhill season opener while she works toward returning to the tour The three time World Cup podium finisher realized she d suffered the worst injury of her career even before she skidded to a stop Tests later confirmed catastrophic damage to her left knee two torn ligaments the medial collateral and posterior cruciate a fracture in the tibial plateau plus a chunk of bone ripped from the lateral outside part of the joint The pain was pretty excruciating and I just knew instantly It was way too much pain to be anything I d suffered before Part II The Rehab I m going out of my mind VanderBeek s was the only injury of the three that required surgery And what a surgery In a four hour operation last Dec 31 Happy New Year doctors reattached her MCL and replaced her PCL with a cadaver s hope he was a good skier The damaged bones were left to heal on their own The pain in the first week after the surgery was the worst and VanderBeek continued to struggle for about a month I just slowly sort of got better every week It was a very slow process though VanderBeek wasn t allowed to put any weight on her knee because of the bone damage and using her other leg muscles like the hamstring was out of the question because that could pull on the still tender healing ligaments Then in March another round of surgery to clean out scar tissue that had built up in the knee and essentially made the joint useless After that procedure I took leaps and bounds forward VanderBeek said I had a functional joint again Then it was a matter of working through the pain and getting more range of motion Moyse avoided surgery after the swelling went down doctors decided her ankle had maintained enough stability but not the tedium of rehab As a bobsleigh brakewoman Moyse s legs are her bread and butter The explosive power they generate is the key to the inertia defying act of getting a 400 pound sled moving off the start A rugby injury has prevented Heather Moyse from competing in bobsleigh this season Phil Cole Getty Images Staying off her injured side so long caused Moyse s right leg to atrophy to the point that her right calf and quad shrunk to a noticeably smaller size than her left One of her therapists raised another concern the hip on her injured side was likely weakening and losing flexibility putting it in danger of being injured when Moyse returned to normal workouts My concern was by the time I m allowed to start running again three months after the injury I m going to get all these other injuries from the rest of my body not being where it s supposed to be To combat this Moyse loaded up on exercises designed to build her hip muscles The regimen of leg raises and single leg balance drills proved excruciating both physically and mentally We re talking lying on my side doing endless leg races until I was completely fatigued Moyse said But it worked Moyse soon returned to the weight room and resumed squatting at first with no plates on the bar her trainer watching closely to ensure she wasn t tilting too much of her weight to her good side which could cause another injury Now she s squatting almost as much weight as before the injury and though she s still dealing with flexibility issues in the ankle she isn t experiencing swelling after her lifting sessions Still a couple things curb Moyse s enthusiasm these days she still hasn t been cleared to resume running and her bobsleigh teammate Kaillie Humphries began the season without her last week at the Olympic track in Whistler site of their greatest athletic triumph Meanwhile Moyse remains stuck in the weight room It s been extremely frustrating especially knowing that my team is sliding she said I want to be out there especially now that the races are starting I m itching I m going out of my mind Nesbitt s recovery would seem the least problematic as a speedskater how much does she really use that arm anyway Well plenty it turns out Think about the start of a race When the gun goes off skaters swing their arms furiously from side to side match their churning legs in an effort to get from a stationary position to top speed as quickly as possible You don t think your arms are the most important thing but they set a pace and you need them to be explosive off the start Nesbitt said offering a challenge Try doing a running start without your arms Nesbitt discovered another problem when she got back on the ice speedskaters like NASCAR drivers always turn left That means on every bend it s the right arm that s swinging After weekends of racing my right elbow will be quite sore from swinging my arm she said Nesbitt was luckier than Moyse and VanderBeek in that her injured joint wasn t immobilized for an extended period Doctors at the hospital in Calgary after learning what Nesbitt does for a living opted to forego a hard cast over her fractured elbow in order for her to keep as much range of motion as possible But even now five months after the injury the elbow still doesn t feel right You know that feeling when your elbow or your knee or your ankle or your fingers want to crack and then you crack them and it feels better I get to that point and it becomes so painful that I can t do anything about it Sometimes I can bend my arm and then two seconds later I can t do it It s just so unpredictable Nesbitt gets so dialled in

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  • Racing rivals, alpine allies | CBC Sports
    come between their friendship Timm Schamberger AFP Getty Images Sometimes it s hard to separate sport from entertainment When does competition end and showmanship begin It s hard to decipher Until you get to Lake Louise deep in the heart of the Canadian Rockies and appreciate what alpine skiers do You peek out over the pitch of the ice injected mountain and listen to an Olympic champion coax you down without killing yourself You have the athletic ability Kerrin Lee Gartner explains The only thing holding you back is fear Get over it You turn your skis and slip slide over a treacherous section of the course known as Fall Away Remaining in tact picking up speed you feel the exhilaration of crossing the finish line at what seems like a hundred miles an hour In fact you re moving at a fraction of the speed the real racers do Lee Gartner is there at the bottom to offer a high five Now you have real credibility to talk about this race she smiles Lindsey Vonn the miraculous competitor from the United States roars over the crest of the hill She loses her balance and heads for disaster Vonn slides onto her hip and careens in a wild skid until somehow she rights herself in the blink of an eye and recovers to take the lead Next Vonn s major rival Maria Riesch of Germany screams down the downhill course to beat her by ten hundredths of a second Had Vonn not slipped she would have won handily I hate to lose Vonn says from behind her mirrored sunglasses But if I have to lose then it might as well be to my best friend The two embrace and standing side by side do an interview in German that is broadcast live on Austrian television Then at the airport there s the American Julia Mancuso the third place finisher in the super G lugging the voluminous luggage of Great Britain s Chemmy Alcott Alcott is in a wheelchair with a broken leg after a horrifying crash in training which had her airlifted off the mountain at the end of a rope dangling from a helicopter The two comrades have fashioned a competitive understanding They re off to Europe where the World Cup will continue for all but Alcott who is done for the season As they exit you come to understand that what you ve witnessed is real sport indeed Where there is room for bitter rivals to be best friends End of Story Content Back to accessibility links Story Social Media Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback End of Story Social Media Prev A different kind of champion Don t forget the true Olympians of 2010 Next About the Author Scott Russell Scott brings vast experience passion and knowledge to his role as host of CBC s Sports Weekend on CBC A 20 year CBC Sports veteran Russell has covered nine Olympic Games and co hosted Olympic Morning for

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  • Q&A: Clara Hughes
    rare feat of winning medals at both the summer and winter Olympics Do you have something to prove to yourself or others CH No I ve never had anything to prove and I ve never tried to break any records or win more medals than anyone or medal here or medal there laughs That s stuff that s just been a result of putting everything I have into what I love to do and this is a continuation of how I ve always gone about sport the ultimate pursuit of personal excellence of bringing my best self to the line and hopefully setting an example for kids and people that anything is possible When you give everything magic can happen and that s what inspired me initially to be an Olympic athlete seeing Gaetan Boucher in 1988 in his last race He finished in ninth place but what inspired me was that he was not willing to give up he gave everything of himself And that s what I always tried to show people that were watching particularly young people that it s the effort that matters It s what you bring of yourself that matters and that s why I m doing this and what I want to bring of myself if I m good enough to make this team Golden Oldies Oscar Swahn The Swedish shooter was the ultimate late bloomer winning his first Olympic gold at age 60 before going on to capture five more medals including a silver in 1920 at age 72 well past the average life expectancy at the time Robin Welsh The British curler was 54 when he won gold in 1924 That s still the record for the oldest gold medallist in Winter Games history Carl Lewis The American track and field legend captured his ninth and final Olympic gold in 1996 in Atlanta winning the long jump at age 35 Lori Ann Muenzer The Canadian track cyclist won Olympic gold in the women s sprint in Athens in 2004 at age 38 Duff Gibson The Canadian became the oldest gold medallist in an individual Winter Olympic event when he won the men s skeleton in 2006 Jeannie Longo The French cyclist was 49 when she finished fourth in the road time trial at the 2008 Beijing Games her seventh Olympic appearance Constantina Tomescu The Romanian won the women s marathon in Beijing at age 38 Dara Torres The American swimmer won three silver medals at age 41 in Beijing her fifth Olympic Games She s attempting to qualify for the 2012 London Games where she d be chasing her 13th Olympic medal Jesse Campigotto CBCSports ca CBC What were you doing after the last skating season ended Did you have a lot of free time CH No I ve had little to no free time laughs But it s been a really unique roller coaster ride that I ve been on since the Olympics I ve been very very busy with

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  • Olympic heroes: 9 months later
    speedskating star wasn t expected to hit the podium in Vancouver her fifth Olympics including summer and winter But spurred on by a raucous crowd at the Richmond Olympic Oval Hughes 37 at the time skated to a bronze medal in the women s 3 000 metres It was her sixth Olympic medal What is she up to Seriously the question should be what isn t Hughes up to She s a major spokesperson for the charity organization Right to Play which has seen her travel to Ethiopia Ghana and Rwanda promoting sport and healthy lifestyles Next she will begin a trek to First Nations communities across the country as part of the program Hughes has also teamed with Bell for an initiative to raise awareness and funds for mental health issues and she was given her own star on Canada s Walk of Fame in mid October She recieved the Order of Canada in April and will be formally inducted into Canada s Sports Hall of Fame on Nov 10 Heather Moyse Kaillie Humphries The country s most successful event at the Games was the women s two man bobsleigh which saw Canadian sleds take gold and silver Standing atop that podium were driver Kaillie Humphries and brakeman Heather Moyse in Canada 1 belting out a heartfelt rendition of O Canada along with the rest of the country What are they up to Moyse hasn t taken much time off after her gold medal win A two sport star Moyse returned to the rugby pitch and competed for Canada at the women s Rugby World Cup at the end of August where the team finished sixth But in the fifth place game against the U S Moyes rolled her right ankle and needed surgery to repair it This means she was unable to compete in the Canadian bobsleigh championships last weekend and may miss the first World Cup event at the Whistler Sliding Centre where Moyse and Humphries won Olympic gold on Nov 22 28 Humphries who last month travelled to Europe with her husband before training began didn t compete in the Canadian trials and it s not known whether she will employ another brakeman in Whistler if Moyes is unable to race Jon Montgomery celebrated in style after winning gold in skeleton Michael Sohn Canadian Press Jon Montgomery Few will forget Montgomery s victory march through Whistler s streets on the way to a post race interview when he was given a pitcher of Canadian suds while whooping it up through a massive crowd The skeleton gold medallist subsequently chugged half the pitcher down and later used his auctioning skills to sell off the rest What is he up to Aside from Oprah Montgomery has rocketed to stardom after the Games using his newfound capital through numerous speaking engagements and a sponsorship with a seed company to fund his skeleton career and become a full time athlete And he s off to a good start winning the

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  • Hockey Night In Canada 2011-12 schedule
    ET Montreal at New Jersey 6 30 p m ET Scotiabank Hockey Tonight 7 p m ET Vancouver at Ottawa 7 p m ET Winnipeg at Detroit 10 p m ET Edmonton at Calgary Saturday Dec 17 6 30 p m ET Scotiabank Hockey Tonight 7 p m ET Vancouver at Toronto 7 p m ET New Jersey at Montreal 7 p m ET Anaheim at Winnipeg 10 p m ET Edmonton at San Jose Saturday Dec 31 6 30 p m ET Scotiabank Hockey Tonight 7 p m ET Toronto at Winnipeg 7 p m ET Ottawa at Buffalo 7 p m ET Montreal at Florida 10 p m ET Vancouver at Los Angeles Monday Jan 2 Winter Classic 1 p m ET NY Rangers at Philadelphia Saturday Jan 7 6 30 p m ET Scotiabank Hockey Tonight 7 p m ET Detroit at Toronto 7 p m ET Tampa Bay at Montreal 7 p m ET Winnipeg at Buffalo 10 p m ET Minnesota at Calgary Saturday Jan 14 3 p m ET New Jersey at Winnipeg 6 30 p m ET Scotiabank Hockey Tonight 7 p m ET NY Rangers at Toronto 7 p m ET Ottawa at Montreal 10 p m ET Los Angeles at Calgary Saturday Jan 21 6 30 p m ET Scotiabank Hockey Tonight 7 p m ET Montreal at Toronto 7 p m ET Florida at Winnipeg 10 p m ET Calgary at Edmonton Saturday Jan 28 7 p m ET All Star Skills Sunday Jan 29 TBA All Star Game Saturday Feb 4 2 p m ET Washington at Montreal 6 30 p m ET Scotiabank Hockey Tonight 7 p m ET Toronto at Ottawa 10 p m ET Detroit at Edmonton Sunday Feb 5 2 p m ET Winnipeg at Montreal Saturday Feb 11 Hockey Day in Canada 2 p m ET Winnipeg at Pittsburgh 2 p m ET Edmonton at Ottawa 6 30 p m ET Scotiabank Hockey Tonight 7 p m ET Montreal at Toronto 10 p m ET Vancouver at Calgary Saturday Feb 18 6 30 p m ET Scotiabank Hockey Tonight 7 p m ET Toronto at Vancouver 10 p m ET Calgary at Los Angeles Sunday Feb 19 6 p m ET New Jersey at Montreal Saturday Feb 25 2 p m ET St Louis at Winnipeg 6 30 p m ET Scotiabank Hockey Tonight 7 p m ET Washington at Toronto 7 p m ET Boston at Ottawa 10 p m ET Philadelphia at Calgary Thursday March 1 7 p m ET Minnesota at Montreal Saturday March 3 6 30 p m ET Scotiabank Hockey Tonight 7 p m ET Toronto at Montreal 10 p m ET Buffalo at Vancouver Saturday March 10 6 30 p m ET Scotiabank Hockey Tonight 7 p m ET Buffalo at Ottawa 7 p m ET Philadelphia at Toronto 10 p m ET Montreal at Vancouver Friday March 16 7 p m ET Montreal at Ottawa Saturday March

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