The Road to Sochi: U.S. Ski Team Athlete Meg Olenick’s Blog

27th September 2012 | Meg Olenick

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The town of Carbondale was the perfect location for the two-day camp. Photo by Aaron Garland.

The town of Carbondale was the perfect location for the two-day camp. Photo by Aaron Garland.

The town of Carbondale was the perfect location for the two-day camp. Photo by Aaron Garland.
The girls built a pyramid and a love for sports over two days with U.S. Ski Team athletes. Photo by Aaron Garland.

The girls built a pyramid and a love for sports over two days with U.S. Ski Team athletes. Photo by Aaron Garland.

The girls built a pyramid and a love for sports over two days with U.S. Ski Team athletes. Photo by Aaron Garland.
Female U.S. Ski Team members served as role models to these budding young athletes for a couple of days. Photo by Aaron Garland.

Female U.S. Ski Team members served as role models to these budding young athletes for a couple of days. Photo by Aaron Garland.

Female U.S. Ski Team members served as role models to these budding young athletes for a couple of days. Photo by Aaron Garland.
Olenick enlisted her U.S. Freeskiing teammate, Jen Hudak, for the event. Photo by Aaron Garland.

Olenick enlisted her U.S. Freeskiing teammate, Jen Hudak, for the event. Photo by Aaron Garland.

Olenick enlisted her U.S. Freeskiing teammate, Jen Hudak, for the event. Photo by Aaron Garland.
Olenick was the biggest kid of the group, enjoying herself as much as many of the campers. Photo by Aaron Garland.

Olenick was the biggest kid of the group, enjoying herself as much as many of the campers. Photo by Aaron Garland.

Olenick was the biggest kid of the group, enjoying herself as much as many of the campers. Photo by Aaron Garland.