September 18, 2014

Elyria
Partly sunny
69°F
test

Last day in Italy; Next stop: Germany

kelly

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Hello Everybody,

I just wanted to write one last time before I leave Italy! Well we have one more day and then off to Germany! We leave early Wednesday morning and its about a 3 hour bus ride, we have such a busy day! We drive there then, then go to get all of our pretty cool gear! I must say, I am so excited for it! I got to see the clothes we are getting and I must say, they look pretty awesome! Then from there we have a BMW dinner that night, and then early the next morning around 5 a.m. or so, we get on a plane and head to SOCHI!!! AHHH! I can’t wait! Italy has been pretty, fun, and cool, but its time to move on and get out of skating outdoors! LOL… Its a totally different feeling and ready to feel the ice! (: And I’m very excited to feel the ice!

Sorry, I don’t have to much to say now… Well other than its been snowing like crazy here ALL day, so now we have a lot of snow to work with!! Yikes! lol.. Its gonna be a cold one out there tomorrow! hehe! Alrighty, well I will chat soon!!

Always Believe*

Kel


Kelly Gunther About Kelly Gunther

Kelly Gunther, who was born in Lorain, began roller skating at age 6 after giving it a try at Lorain Skate World. She attended Washington Elementary and Whittier Middle schools in Lorain before moving to Michigan at age 11. By that time, she was heavily into inline skating. She had a successful 10-year career in inline racing and joined the U.S. National Long Track Program in 2009. She just missed a spot on the 2010 Olympic Team and, after being forced to rehabilitate a ankle injury, made the 2011 winter World Cup team.

Kelly’s competitive history