Despite Lindsey failed to qualify in the first run, missing the cut by a little more than half a second, the winner at Soelden in 2011 was satisfied to have checked her potential in that specialty after a pretty long break.
Moreover, this was a good opportunity to participate in a competition before the first speed races of the season take place in Lake Louise, Canada early December.
You’ll find Punch and Judy bickering, donkey rides for the kids and even the beach volleyball championships once every summer.
We mentioned the Jurassic Skyline before, and if you’ve a head for heights it makes a fantastic way to see the UNESCO World Heritage Site from another perspective.
You’ll find one of the most exciting Weymouth attractions just a short drive from the town – and that’s the Abbotsbury Swannery.
The only place in the whole world where you can wander your way through a beautiful colony of mute swans, this quirky attraction enables its visitors to take part in a mass swan (and cygnet) feeding, as well as wait and see if you can watch them hatch.
The programme varies from year to year, but you can expect plenty of live music, talks, readings, workshops, cookery demonstrations and dances. It’s that destination that always manages to go the extra mile and make a celebration one you’ll remember for a long time to come.