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Laser Radial Women’s Worlds: Madi Kennedy looking for consistency

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“Yes, I can be up there. I know I can be up there. It’s just putting it all together and then consistently being up there. I don’t want to put too much pressure on myself while I still try to find where I am in the world, ” stated Madi Kennedy as she prepared to travel to Rizhao in China for the 2013 Laser Radial Women’s World Championship.

In July Kennedy learned some hard lessons about consistency. Competing at the Laser Radial Women’s Under 21 World Championship in Hungary, her first two races in the light air event delivered two impressive third places. Then the results started to fall away to between 14th, 34th and a Black Flag to cost her a top placing. She still managed to finish a solid 30th overall out of 91 competitors.

Since returning from that event Kennedy has focused on her physical and mental fitness. She has used two training camps at sailing’s National Training Centre in Sydney to strengthen her preparation.

“I was there with Ashley Stoddard, my training partner, and our coach Mike Leigh. We also had our psychologist, Rosie. She has been working with us a lot on mentally getting prepared. She was out on the water with us.

“So Mike has been coaching us technique-wise and Rosie has been teaching how we should be thinking. Then Andrew Verdon, our strength and conditioning coach, did some talks with us on recovery and keeping the body well treated throughout the regatta in China.

“Physically I am feeling strong. I have also been hard at work at the gym at Matthew Flinders School and on the bike cycling,” Kennedy said.

Part of the preparation has also been working out how to deal with the dietary challenges of China. “I have heard that a lot of teams that have gone over there have got very sick from the food and the water. I guess it is just trying to protect ourselves by being smart about what we eat. I went shopping today and got muesli bars and good old vegemite and peanut butter, all the essentials you need.”

Kennedy and her other five Australian team members will be up against a very strong field with the gold and silver medallists from the London Olympics in the fleet. “I think there are 70 girls competing, so I would definitely like to get top 30, that is in the top half.“

For event information, go http://www.rizhaolaserworlds2013.com/en/index.asp.

By Tracey Johnstone


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