First up will be the Mogul World Cup on Saturday December 2, and the following day on Sunday December 3 it will be aerial skiers turn to compete, with Danielle Scott looking to defend her 2023 World Cup title alongside two-time World Champion and 2023 World Cup runner up Laura Peel.
Airleigh Frigo is keen to continue building momentum after her first full World Cup season and Abbey Willcox is returning to competition after a 12 month break.
"Training in Ruka has been good although slower than normal due to some weird muscles spasms in my quads," said Scott.
"Brisbane has been vital in my winter preparations for years now and I’m super grateful to be based on home soil with our own training times. I was able to spend a lot more time at home in between training which is huge for mental recovery."
"After a pretty big year last year, I’m just looking forward to some nice clean jumps and keeping my body feeling healthy."
"Right now with the slow start I’m just focusing on a day by day mentality."
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