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Not Just Another Sunday



My ten year college reunion takes place this June, which means two things: one, I’m pleased with my decision to take my degree and thus far turn it into a ten years […]

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Hot Diggidy Dog! But in the cold and wet meaning of the term.



I can’t help but think of this after a day like today: Ooh man. Oh man oh man oh man oh man oh man, so this is what we had in store […]

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Recovery Poutine



If you ever care to feel embarrassingly dependent on material goods, give this scenario a whirl: forget your telephone in the car which has just dropped you off at the airport and […]

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The Fourth Grand Tour



Time waits for no one as the “Grand Tour Belgium” marches on. Three weeks in Belgium featuring Waregem, then a day off, E3-Harelbeke, next a day off, Gent-Wevelgem, followed by a day […]

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That’s a Wrap



Hope springs eternal, right? That’s all well and good, but I live in the here and now, so on a much more tangible level: SPRING springs in Europe and that is a […]

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Time to Unwind



Paris-Roubaix sees its first set of cobbles about twenty meters into the race. But I’ll call this “Sector Zero” since twenty meters from the start line is actually still in the neutral, […]

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°F = (°C x 9/5) + 32



I am freshly back from logging two weeks in the Belgian arctic, where spring has not yet sprung and Flanders is still wallowing in her natural frigid climes. While I was amid […]

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That’s a Wrap



The northern Spring Classics are done and dusted! Casa dulce casa, back home sweet home in Girona right now after finishing Tour of Flanders yesterday. Oh… wait a tic. Oops, yup that’s […]

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