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I am always thankful for any chance I am able to share my story, to encourage others to go after their dreams, challenge their fears, doubts and misconceptions of ‘impossible’, and to move forward from each failure. I know a lot about failure because I’ve had a lot of them, and this is what they’ve taught me about success.
My limited indoor competition schedule and where you can view each competition.
Double Entendre. I'm in Phoenix, and I want to rise again like the Phoenix. Hopeful & optimistic for 2016. #RoadToRio
A beautifully inspirational story. From gymnastics to pole vault, bully-target and victor, here’s Robin’s story…
What better way to kick off my Olympic Games Road to Rio 2016 diary than by joining in on the Workout Wednesday vibe!
Check out my Liebster Award Q&A! The idea of the award is to recognise and promote new up and coming blogs of a good standard with less than 200 followers (on WordPress).
Country: Great Britain Discipline: 100m Hurdles, 60m Hurdles Notable Achievements: 2015 British Indoor Champion, European Indoor Bronze Medalist PB: 100mH - 12.87s; 60mH - 7.93 ‘I know it sounds a bit strange, but I don’t really look at the people – all the international stars – who are winning everything. I look more at my... Continue Reading →
Stats: Country: Great Britain Discipline: 400m Hurdles Noteworthy Accolades: 2012 World Indoor Champion, 2x 2013 European Indoor Champion PB: 400mH 53.67s, 400m 50.50s ‘Who would have known I would have been put in a wheelchair at the end of that race.’ ‘The hardest part it felt like something was taken away from me. Because I’d been... Continue Reading →