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We are entering the competition season, and Lara is back on skis about eight months after her injury.

"It's a great time, just before the racing season, because I know winter is coming," Lara says in the third and final episode of the video series.

They are happy to be working together again on snow. In October 2023 they finally get back on snow in Saas-Fee, Switzerland.

The training runs smoothly with Daniela at Lara's side, working on technique, strategy on the course, on every detail that helps Lara to improve her performance in the gates.

This brings Lara back to reminiscing about last racing season, in particular her experience at the Junior Championships in January. Despite competing with more experienced racers, she won two medals in her first participation.

"I had a lot of fun in the speed disciplines, I won the gold in SuperG. It was magical."  After an underwhelming first run of Giant Slalom, Lara pulled out all the stops in the second run, jumping from 11th to third and winning the bronze medal.

She starts this season with a focus in the technical disciplines, Slalom, "and especially Giant Slalom, where I had my best performances last year. Three times I finished 17th place in the World Cup."

Her goal is to return to where she left off, among the best women skiers on the White Circus. Lara concluded last season among the top 30 in the Giant Slalom circuit ranking and hopes to continue to improve upon that this season.

"I can't wait to get back into competition, continue to improve and enjoy every minute of competition."

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