I think everyone who knows me is very aware of which side of a camera I prefer to be on… every now and then something comes along that gets me on the other side of my spot. Outside of my comfort zone too, usually. Today was one of those days. I was asked earlier in […]
Canadian Cyclists & Doping: My Thoughts Today
I read the exclusive update that Velonews published after the end of the Giro (posted to their website on June 2nd) with Ryder Hesjedal talking for the first time in more detail than a press release about his past doping transgressions: Exclusive: Hesjedal speaks about past doping offenses I was glad to see the storyline, […]
A month between posts!
Even when I was on the road busy travelling, covering events and in the midst of this next chapter I didn’t go a month between entries here on my blog. And now that the racing season has wound down here I would think I’d have more time. I’m going to put it down to having […]
Well… a media feeding frenzy called Lance
Thursday August 23rd 2012 will be noted on a lot of calendars for years to come. Some will call it the coming out party of Lance Armstrong, others will mourn the loss of a hero. I spent the evening and following morning trying to get a handle on what was actually happening and now more […]
Wow, it really did happen! A Canadian wins a grand tour for the first time ever. Mark Sunday May 27, 2012 down on your calendar and celebrate it every year as the Giro d’Italia comes around. There is now a Canadian name on that beautiful and historic trophy the winner receives at the end of […]