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Tim Gudsell - Getting Back in the Saddle
Hi all, It's been a blustery couple of days here on the cote d'azur, with high winds creating havoc along the coast. Though back in the hills it has been a little calmer so what better reason to do a little climbing. So it's been almost nine weeks since my arm has been in plaster and as you imagine I'm itching to get it off. Though as always the rehab does not end here. Having your wrist >>
Gudsell To La Vuelta
Hey Folks, Well I had thought I would be still writing from Holland after another stage of the Eneco Tour, though as pro cycling goes changes can be made at anytime. I was listed as first reserve for the Vuelta Espange or Tour of Spain, though with one rider not fully healthy and my condition slowly building the team decided it was in my best interest to continue progressing in Spain. For me >>
Tim Gudsell - Road trippin, bike set ups, route du sud, and finally, progress…
Hi all It's been a full gas couple of weeks since the latest diagnosis of my problem, and really happy to finally see some progress. After 10days of solid treatment with the physio and osteo, we packed the car and headed for Italy to under go a full biomechanical assesment at the Mapei Sport centre near Milan. To make the trip a little less stressful we left a day early and I did a nice >>
Tim Gudsell - Latest progress
I recently had some good and not so good news in my efforts to solve my neural problems that have been hampering me for over a year now. The good news was that after more test we ruled out an entrapment of the pudendal nerve. This was good to hear as repairing these isn't simple, and it was another option eliminated. Though I was diagnosed with 'myo-fascial piriformis syndrome' doesn't sound >>
Scans, trains, planes, docs and frustrations
As the weeks tick by, I have my fingers crossed that the next one is going to be the one where everything just clicks and I can ride my bike pain free. After months of more scans, doctor and physio visits, jabs and prods, clinics and waiting rooms, I find myself sitting on my couch in my little apartment in southern France hoping my determination to solve this frustrating problem will pay off >>
Veenendall - Veenendall Tim Gudsell is one of two kiwi professionals competing in the Pro Tour. The 24 year old sensation has completed his first Giro and is back in the saddle already, this time in Holland. Roundabouts, traffic islands and barriers, roads more like over sized footpaths, a few cross winds, and you have yourself a day of start stop racing in Holland, as the peloton tried to >>
World's Preparation
It's been a solid month of training here in Southern France for me. With only a few races on the program, I have been giving myself a fair hiding on the erg and down in the Pyrenees. Time is starting to pass very quickly with Road Worlds less than two weeks away. Two weeks ago I travelled north to Bretagne to meet up with the NZ team for the GP Plouay. It was World Cup for the Women and Pro >>
Tim Gudsell In France
Hi all Well stock standard for me really this is long overdue. I'm on this computer 5 times a day and can't manage to flick out a groupe more than once a year haha. Everything is still ticking along here nicely. Limoux has been a pretty busy place over the last 2months with beaucoup (a lot) of kiwis coming and going. The flat's still all good, Tony and Dale keep me in line and are >>
The Trackies Back on the Road in France
Last weekend we raced a 3 day, 4 stage tour in central France. We were all a little nervous on our road form, not having raced a real road race since the spring, though we all had good strength to get us through the long stages. Stage 1 155km. Matt Randall made the early break of 10 riders, so we just kept cover on the bunch, which was easier said than done with 100 Frenchies attacking non >>
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