Following the first leg the team is lying in fourth place overall. This is a really good start to the championships, and puts us into a strong position going into Friday's Nations' Cup, which will decide the team medals.
On the individual front we have three Irish in the top 25, Darragh Kerins placing 8th on 0.85 penalties, Cameron Hanley 15th on 1.83, and myself in 23rd place on 3.18, which is less than a fence off the leader Pius Schwizer, who is on a zero score.
However it's a long way to go yet, and you will see the league table very much turned around following Friday's competition.
Best wishes, and check back on Friday for more news.