First race in Spain – Part 2 – A lot to be thankful for!

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Fact #1– Humans have anywhere from 40,000 to 80,000 thoughts per day. That is 2500 to 5000 per each waking hour. This roughly equals to 1 to 3 thoughts per second.

In the second after which I turned back, the 3 thoughts in my head were –

  1. He’s definitely going to crash into me.
  2. That helmet is strikingly blue.
  3. Oh shit! He’s definitely going to crash into me.

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First race in Spain – Part 1 – Crowds, nerves and Descents!

A week late, but I can remember everything that happened like it was this morning.

On 23rd of April, I signed up for my first race in Spain at a town called “Durana”.

I couldn’t have asked for a better race for my first race of the year — the start was just 5kms away from my UMC apartment and it was my “home course” – I had trained extensively on the route and knew exactly what to expect.

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