Juliette Tetreault will miss the holidays in anthropology, the next week, at the University of Ottawa.
Sad, the young woman aged 20 years? Not really.
Who said back, said initiation and other activities reserved for the new kids on the benches of school.
The athlete of Val-des-Monts will be rather in Switzerland. More specifically in Lenzerheide, where will take place the world championships of mountain biking from 5 to 9 September. The product of the club Skinouk is qualified for the appointment through including a 25th place in the under 23 years world Cup Vallnord, Andorra in July.
“It is a dream that I have long since come true, has pointed out Tétreault, who rolls into the wooded trails since 2010.
“It is a step in my plan.”
And this plan, what is it?
“My plan of becoming a world champion.”
“If you’re not ambitious, you are working towards what?” she raised prior to her departure for Europe.
The summer of 2018, has marked his breakthrough on the international scene. She has participated in five stages of the world Cup, including four on the Old Continent.
Tétreault has only one start on the circuit before, at Mont-Sainte-Anne in 2017.
“I look forward to the world championships. But at the same time, I can’t wait for the season to end, she confessed.
“This is the season to be the longest and hardest that I’ve had physically, mentally, and financially. But it is also the season during which I’ve had the most success.”
Juliette Tetreault was wounded in both knees earlier in August at his final exit in the world Cup at Mont-Sainte-Anne. She had fallen against the rocks in a descent.
“I spent three days without pedaling after my fall,” she pointed out.
But these days, everything is going well. His injuries have healed. She was pleased to be given a rest since his last race.
“The championships will take place in altitude. I’ll get better army being rested to get trained, and especially tired.”