April 5th, 2013

Twin Biathletes Update!

By Prois Pro Staffers Tracy and Lanny Barnes

Happy Spring!!
Winter is finally over (in some places :) ) and Tracy and I have just started our training for the 2013/2014 Season which includes the 2014 Olympics next February. Tracy and I have completely recovered from the surgery and so far it has been deemed a success! We are back into training full time and are excited to get back into action with our new and improved legs. As you may know we had to end our season early due to compartment syndrome, but the surgery will allow us to maximize our potential and ski faster. It’s been 8 weeks since the surgery and we are happy to announce that we are 100% and back into training full time. We also launched our new and improved website so we can give you better updates, pictures, and even video blogs for this year as we prepare for the Olympics. Check out our website at www.twinbiathletes.com. We are also doing a fundraiser for our training on the website by selling a Twin Biathletes Cookbook that gives you our favorite healthy and tasty recipes and a lot of fun and cool facts about us and biathlon. Lanny is also selling her “wildlife series” artwork too. This unique series was done with white charcoal on black paper to bring life to all kinds of critters. All proceeds go directly towards our training and racing as we prepare for the 2014 Olympics. We are really excited about the possibility of bringing home the United States first ever medal in the Olympics for Biathlon. So please check out our website and let us know what you think and also check back regularly for updates, pictures, and videos. Have a great spring and thanks for your support!

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