Bilbao triathlon

Bilbao triathlon   They say time goes quicker as you get older. If that is true then I sure as hell don’t want to be 60: I’m half that and

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70.3 Pays d’Aix

70.3 Pays d’Aix   For once I don’t particularly want to write. I’m tired, my fingers are struggling across the keyboard and I don’t know how to make yet another

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Cruising in Cannes

Cruising in Cannes   Very silly way to start a blog. Not only does it sound pompous but whatever I did in Cannes, it certainly wasn’t cruising. Then again, “cruising” is

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Picnic racing

Picnic racing The price of satisfaction   Tucked neatly into my aero position, I reached down for the bottle of nutrition I had prepared the night before and took a

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Hell of the West

Hell of the West   “Morning! Excuse me?!” It was 3.30am, pitch black and I was standing outside the only lit, open doorway in the street, peering beyond the front

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70.3 Dubai

70.3 Dubai   I swerved and wobbled, narrowly missing the foot of a metre-high, bright orange cone separating the racecourse from the other three lanes of motorway. These oversized triangles

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Freestyling through 2016

Freestyling through 2016 From dolphin dives to beached whales   AB2086, ZRH – LPA. Currently suspended 37’178 ft above terra firma if the drop down screen in front of me is

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Tales of the Little Cabbage

Tales of the Little Cabbage Learning to think like a pro   It could have been Angry Bird, The Champ, The Captain… maybe even an agressive Honey Badger or something

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Thank you Marc!

Thank you Marc! For making me believe in myself   Back in Autumn of 2011, I was a wannabe triathlete recovering from a femoral neck stress fracture. In 2015, I

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