When I arrived in Atlanta I did so with something like food poisoning, missing the first day of Testing. I was miserable in bed (and running to the bathroom) with the heat blasting. It wasn’t the ideal start to the weekend. I figured at that point we were off to a rough start, but feeling well enough to practice on day 2 things were looking up. We were quick, and getting quicker. One of the most important things you can do when facing averse conditions is to sack up and get it done. This is one thing I am good at. So we continued getting quicker and quicker. My sector times were very good, and we were strong in all the right places. With good coaching (Jim and Justin!) and data we really picked up and despite missing the first day of testing we were really strong and really optimistic.