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Greg Henderson
2005 NZ Track Team Pre World Champs Camp, Mexico
Altitude, physiologist make conditions uncomfortable G'day from 6000ft. Finally, the first rest day of our intense training camp has arrived. I can tell you it is very welcome. We arrived in Mexico about a week ago and adaptation to altitude is slowly occurring. Slowly but surely. We have an exercise physiologist with us this year just to make sure our bodies are coping with the >>
Gateway Cup
The Gateway cup is a 4 race serious over Labor Day here in St Louis. Home of the Rams, Cardinals and of course home of Nelly! Day 1 80km Crit Rained all day and by the time we got to race is was only drizzling a little. The circuit was very slippery and it was hard to see cos we were racing at 9pm. We had brought a very strong team to these races as one of 7UP/Maxxis' major sponsors (THF >>
US Pro Crit Champs
This weekend is a major objective for our 7up/Maxxis team as we have the defending champ Kevin Monohan. I must admit I struggled screwing my head back on after the World Champs but realised that I was being selfish to my team if I didn't do the work needed. Just because I had achieved what I wanted to do this season....some of my teammates that I race with all year have set there focus on this >>
Worlds Report
2nd in the World!!! Totally stoked! I have been racing bikes for a long time now and even though I have had moderate success over the years, this takes the cake by far. I started my Worlds off with the Scratch race....always a little bit of a gamble with gear selection. You have to decide whether you will be a sprinter for the day and whack on a big gear and pray nobody goes anywhere or >>
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