how things can change in a few weeks.
Last time I
updated you on what was going on, things were going really well, great
performances at the World Cup and the C1 event, and world leading times in both.
after the C1 event in Manchester, I was pinning a number on my
The 2018-19 season started a few weeks back at the UCI London World Cup, a bit of a historic event within ParaCycling as it was the first ParaCycling competition integrated into an able-bodied World Cup, and hopefully the start of further events being integrated in the future. First up
Here we go!
4 years have flown by, and here were go with the opening ceremony of the Rio Paralympics.
The last few weeks as a team we’ve had an amazing preparation camp in Newport Wales. Where the staff at the Celtic Manor and the Wales National Velodrome looked after our needs
Last week was selection week, and the first wave of selections for the Cycling team to race in Rio were announced. I'm pleased to confirm that I'll be going to my 6th Paralympic Games in Rio this September. The selection was announced at the Channel 4 studios, where myself and the
Friday was the first time that I’d been on track at the same time as my 2 team mates from the team sprint, which you might find hard to believe considering I’m riding for the GB cycling team, who are famed for their attention to detail, but there was a
I wasn’t particularly looking forward to competing in this years National Championships, mainly due to the fact that for the last 2 and a bit months I’ve been nursing an elbow injury which has restricted my training, and essentially ruled out standing starts for me, which in turn
Pre Worlds blog
With just a few days to go until the world championships in Aguascalientes, and April 2013 being my last blog entry, I thought it was about time to do a give you a bit of an update.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost 2 years since the
Good Friday was quite possibly the coldest track meet I’ve ever attended. Usually the Good Friday meet in recent years has been about dodging the rain and getting through the program, but this year it was about staying warm and dodging the snow!
Things got off to a bit of a
The battle for the Revolution Series Elite Championship is poised to go down to the wire in Glasgow on Saturday 2nd February with Jody making yet another appearance.
The culmination of the Elite Championship will see a nail biting finish as the top three team fight for the overall title. Leaders
In his last racing appearance of the year and his first in an elite endurance competition, Jody faced the likes of Olympians Steve Burke, Ed Clancy and Andy Tennant at the first Round of the Revolution Series 2012/2013.
And Jody was certainly up for the challenge as he got the loudest