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When all is said and done

The Community Psychiatric Nurse was very friendly. We chatted backwards and forwards about how I was and what help they could offer right now. We talked about the level and type of medication I am on and whether it is … Continue reading

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  I raced down the hill trying to stay close to Jo’s back wheel. He’s fast, far faster than me but also kind enough to drop back and help me slipstream him┬áto join the others because he knew that I … Continue reading

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Two very different characters. Two very different approaches. One a mild mannered, unassuming team player, the other a brash, complex leader. Both elevated to near mythic status by amazing feats of endurance and achievement. This week has seen one of … Continue reading

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The Sky is the limit

I never really understood the mentality of professional cycle racing until I watched a film called Chasing Legends a few years ago. The film charted the campaign of a team in the Tour de France. This team had Mark Cavendish … Continue reading

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