I have been racing Masters GS (class 4) this year in the Northeast and am heading for my first Super-G at the end of February. I am interested in the racing Bears' view on how to approach the race in terms of training, strategy, tactics; what to expect, what to watch out for. Essentially how to make a respectable showing for my maiden voyage without killing myself. I really don't need equipment advice because I will be using Stockli Laser GS with a stiff plate. It's only 186, but skis long and is solid as a high speed cruiser. Besides, I won't get a specialty ski unless I ski more than two of these Super-G's per season. Appreciate the help.
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1/24/02 at 5:30am