Thomas Morgenstern has not made a final decision
yet, whether he will continue his successful career
after the two serious falls he had last winter.
But nevertheless the Austrian is already training
for the next season.
"It's a special kind of preparation for me
with regard to the upcoming ski jumping season.
Of course, after everything that happened, I have
to invest lots of energy and an extra portion of
motivation in the continuation of my career. But
basically I'm training for next season. Everything
else remains to be seen over the next weeks",
the 27-year-old said in an interview on redbull.com.
The Olympic Champion from 2006 didn't start jumping
again yet, but he plans to return to the hill for
the first time since the Winter Games in Sochi soon.
"I think this will happen in two or three weeks.
As I usually do I will then work on my jumps for
three months. I think that a lot will become clear
during this period. I hope that the question if
my career will go on or not will then not arise