The Road to Sochi: U.S. Ski Team Athlete Meg Olenick Turns to Dr. Seuss for Wisdom

26th February 2013 | Meg Olenick

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Olenick's injury rehab hasn't been spent solely in the gym. A hike up Grandeur Peak in Salt Lake City is great rehab work and unveils a beautiful sunset.   - ©Jen Hudak

Olenick's injury rehab hasn't been spent solely in the gym. A hike up Grandeur Peak in Salt Lake City is great rehab work and unveils a beautiful sunset.
Copyright: Jen Hudak

Olenick's injury rehab hasn't been spent solely in the gym. A hike up Grandeur Peak in Salt Lake City is great rehab work and unveils a beautiful sunset.   - ©Jen Hudak
It all began skiing with her father and brothers at Buttermilk Mountain for Olenick. - ©Meg Olenick

It all began skiing with her father and brothers at Buttermilk Mountain for Olenick.
Copyright: Meg Olenick

It all began skiing with her father and brothers at Buttermilk Mountain for Olenick. - ©Meg Olenick
Olenick enjoys some downtime at Cuppa Joe in Breckenridge with teammates Maude Raymond and Keri Herman. - ©Meg Olenick

Olenick enjoys some downtime at Cuppa Joe in Breckenridge with teammates Maude Raymond and Keri Herman.
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Olenick enjoys some downtime at Cuppa Joe in Breckenridge with teammates Maude Raymond and Keri Herman. - ©Meg Olenick
Despite not being able to compete yet in 2013, Olenick has been able to ski Aspen with friends. - ©Ali Wade

Despite not being able to compete yet in 2013, Olenick has been able to ski Aspen with friends.
Copyright: Ali Wade

Despite not being able to compete yet in 2013, Olenick has been able to ski Aspen with friends. - ©Ali Wade

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