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A day in the life of ski racer Brad Spence

A day in the life of ski racer Brad Spence

By Georgia Sapounas
Digital Manager, Canadian Olympic Committee

Alpine skier Brad Spence is training hard to earn a spot at what will be his second Olympic Games in Sochi 2014. He takes great pride in wearing the maple leaf and stops at nothing to give his everything (just wait until you see his box jumps below).

As a native of Calgary, Alberta, his music taste may not be what you would expect.  He’s a self-proclaimed 70-year-old man in a 29-year-old body, but if you don’t believe him, you can listen to a couple of his favourite tunes on Spence’s athlete profile page.  Aside from a love for great oldies tunes and his dedication to training, follow along as he takes you through a day in his life.

6:56 A.M.

7:08 A.M. Coffee time!

7:23 A.M. Fuel for performance

8:39 A.M. Off to the gym

9:46 A.M. Watch out Lebron

11:30 A.M.

12:30 P.M. Advanced polling and seeking snow

2:09 P.M.

3:14 P.M. Speaking to students on resiliency

5-6 P.M. Teaching yoga

There are no photos allowed in class so here’s one from another day.

6:50 P.M. The good ‘ol hockey game…

Alright Canadian hockey fans, this Calgary native is cheering on his team.  Are you with him for the Flames?

9:28 P.M. Winding down

It looks like Brad’s tea collecting is running thin…can someone help him with that?

Me too, Brad. Me too.

By Georgia Sapounas
Digital Manager, Canadian Olympic Committee

Former elite athlete. Loves connectivity & technology. Drop me a line @georgiasap.

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