It’s been an unforgettable week for NYSEF Nordic alum Lowell Bailey, who recently secured his second top-10 finish at the Biathlon World Championships, held in Hochfilzen, Tirol, Austria.
Lowell had some pretty inspiring words for young athletes after his 4-th place effort:
“This year I have really tried to step back from worrying about where I end up on the result list and focus on the quality of what I’m doing, both in shooting and skiing,” he said. “Today I went out and really tried to execute the technique that I wanted to execute. And also on the range, to do what I have been training on the range all year to do. Some days it doesn’t work, and today it worked.”
See! Even on the World Cup level, it’s about focusing on the process of improving, rather than fixating on the end result or outcome. Execute the technique you’ve been working on and you will find progress!
Read more about Lowell’s amazing week at Worlds here:
Not to mention, Lowell has the distinction of being the first Team USA athlete (on any team!) to be selected for the 2018 Olympic Team. Go, Lowell!