It’s been a decade since I qualified for the IPC Swimming World Championships and became a member of the National Paralympic Swimming team. That was the first time I got to experience something I had always imagined was…..blissful: being an athlete living at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.
Category Archives: Road to London
All season long there was exactly one race that I was completely fixated on doing. Part of the attraction of this particular race, was that I knew (everyone kept telling me) it involved a lot of riding uphill. But I also had another, more secret reason for wanting to race
In one dreadfully long silence, near the end of the first design meeting for Project Handlebar 2.0, as I prepared to unclip from the fit cycle in failure, I could see Craig Calfee scurrying around his shop. Into the room on the right, then disappearing into the back, into the
The long silences were worrying at first. Each time I explained a new feature, a new idea for Project Handlebar 2.0, I was greeted with……….quiet, contemplative silence. And each time, just as I was becoming certain I’d finally come up against the thing that would make my dream of box-able,
Has anyone else noticed that airlines seem to know when you have packed critical items in a checked bag? It’s like they can see the stress on your face, “I need this when I land, please don’t lose it,” and they put it on the “Lose this one,” conveyor belt.