Category Archives: A sporting life

A Sporting Life: Eddy Merckx

Eddy Merckx: The Cannibal is the story of Eddy Merckx is one of the heroes of one of the most beautiful sports. He was the rouleur, good on any surface, in any competition. He conquered everything in cycling. Because that’s what he knew how to do. Because he could. Read More

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A Sporting Life: The Snow Chasers

With snow season fully underway, I have reached out to a snow sports enthusiast and expert in the hope we will open up your appetite for venturing out and experiencing winter properly. Read More

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A Sporting Life: Fair Play

Some of the most memorable fair play moments in tennis. There is more to a true champion than the number of grand slam titles he has won. Read More

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Open: Life Lessons from Andre Agassi

Open by Andre Agassi

  I’ve only recently read Andre Agassi’s autobiography, Open. Nine years after its publishing. I don’t know why it’s taken me so long. But I do know that this is one of those books that is relevant regardless of times … Read More

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Sportsmanship and Class

Sportsmanship and class-Rafael Nadal and Juan Martin del Potro

  In a fantastic Wimbledon quarter-final on Wednesday evening, Rafael Nadal and Juan Martín del Potro, the most fair play tennismen, displayed the kind of sportsmanship and class only the two of them are capable of. It was a match … Read More

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