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The Penulitimate Post!

Afternoon again readers, hope you’re all well! Apologies for not posting in over three weeks but hey, what can ya do? :P

Anyways, would just like to let you all know that this will probably be my second-last post from Ostrava because my flight is on the 30th of this month (sad times). 511 more words

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Usain Bolt wins 200m in Ostrava; David Rudisha injured

Usain Bolt won his second 200m race in the last 21 months, clocking 20.13 on a rained-on track in Ostrava, Czech Republic, on Tuesday.

Bolt’s time ranks him fourth fastest in the world this year in the 200m and was .07 faster than his time on April 11, his first 200m since August 2013. 321 more words


A fitting farewell!

Good afternoon again folks! Hope everybody reading is well :)

Suppose it’s about time I update everybody on what’s being going on over on the warmer side (save for the odd bit of rain and occasional thunderstorm) of Europe again, and well, it’s pretty much been same ‘ol same ‘ol for me. 402 more words

Austria, Slovenia Relegated From World Championships

For the fourth straight World Championships in which they are participating, Austria and Slovenia have been relegated back to Division IA for 2016, failing to clinch spots at next year’s World Championships in Russia. 350 more words

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Sun and Ice!

Afternoon again readers!

Well, it’s been almost a full two weeks since the lads have left but it’s safe to say I’ve still had plenty to do in this wonderful weather (it’s pretty much been above 24 degrees so far this month) so I’ll try sum it all up for you for this installment :) 480 more words

Ciao for now!

Afternoon again everybody! Hope everyone reading this is well wherever you may be :)

So, quite a lot has happened over the course of the last 2 weeks since I blogged, the big thing being that both Alex and Bel have left for Ireland: for good. 351 more words