|A blurry still-frame from a video I have of Cohen weaving. Good form!|
Unfortunately I don't think I'm going to have many opportunities to practice between now and then.
I suspect my trouble spot will be the weaves. Cohen does them really nicely in areas with which she's familiar, but can miss her entry and/or pop out early if she's overly excited. (The weave-tunnel relays of the show a few days ago were... hit and miss.)
I also wouldn't be surprised if she knocks a bar or two, but my understanding is that if she knocks a bar it's because I made a mistake in my handling.
The biggest issue I'm going to have is getting lost on a course. During practice there's always plenty of time to pause and get my bearings. I won't have that leisure here.
Anyways, I'm excited. I'll likely go visit the park some time in the next few weeks to get Cohen used to performing in a goose-poo filled field (yuck! don't wear new shoes) and see how her weaves hold up in a new environment.