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Update from Switzerland
25 Jul, 2005
Hello everyone,

Those you who are in the circle of cycling would probably know that Mark Langlands one of
the 5 riders in france preparing for the junior road worlds had a crash and got some
pretty serious injurys and is now in a back\neck brace for the next 3months... this was
pretty sad news for the road guys in france and us trackies in switzerland as we are all
close mates, anyways...

Obviuosly Mark is not going to be able to ride the worlds which is a huge disapointment.
So im going to be filling his spot and riding the road race at road worlds on behalf,
originally the 5 riders in france would ride the road race at road worlds and the 2 time
trial spots at road worlds would come from me, mike northey and darren shea in the track
team. Now that ive been put into the road race mike and darren will ride the time trial,
im pretty happy to get this opurtunity and even though i may not have the right
preperation for itt after spending the 5weeks prior to it riding round in circles on a
veledrome i will be going into the race with ambitions to get a result.

Thats all from here, nothing changed..mountains still here the suns still here. so
everything is good
Trial day tomorrow where the last IP spot is up between me and westley so just gotta get
that and im sorted

Ciao
Sam
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