This year has been kind of complicated for me. Not because it has been a bad year, I still finish the year with my best UCI ranking at the end of the season (14th right now I think), only because I felt I could have done better but for some reasons, I didn’t. I scored 2nd (Elsy Jacobs, TTT Worlds) and especially 4th places at major races this year ( Cx Worlds, OVO Energy Women’s Tour, Tour of Norway). Sometimes 2nd or 4th feels great because you gave all you had and others were just better. In cases like that you accept the situation and travel home with a good feeling. But when you feel you missed out your chances for a few times in a row it makes things harder to accept. The reasons might have been multiple: Maybe wrong strategy in GB and at CX Worlds, very obvious loss of focus in Norway, probably being isolated in Elsy Jacobs. The good thing about the bad thing is that there is always a possibility to learn of your mistakes. This means that my homework for the winter is to find a solution to the question: How to turn good results into great results?