Masters games begin in adelaide.
There’s something I love about the sport. You can do anything you want to me, and I’ll do the same for you. I’ll go anywhere on the field, any time, with any team you can imagine.
It’s been my dream to do more than one Masters and you’re going to be the person I’ll thank every day when I get there. I hope everyone can see the way the people I’ve met through this whole process have contributed in a big way in my own career and my family’s life.
I’m really looking forward to it, but we’ll see how I do. I’m going to try and win more Masters as soon as I get back in Australia and start to train with the guys again.
In what ways have you changed after returning from injury?
My life has changed as a result of the surgery in Decem바카라ber 2013. At the time, I didn’t know if I was still going to be able to compete on the track, or if I’d be able to train at all.
I played all three events at the Masters and my knee was already severely affected and couldn’t walk on the track. So all my efforts were put into helping my recovery to come through as soon as possible.
But this injury has been so tough on me I just couldn’t do it. My mind was totally made up to not ever pl호 게임ay again, to not do something like that. So I’ve really struggled the last month or two with doing what I was doing.
I’ve tried everything to get to where I’m today and the last week, I’ve been on all-out sprint training and that sort of thing. You just want to keep playing and to keep pushing on, keep working hard but I’m just out for myself and I won’t let the world get to me like that.
So, I will still come back.
Will there be any changes with your physical role as an individual in the future?
It’s just a bit of a grey area because in the world of mixed martia강릉출장샵 강릉출장안마l arts you’re an athlete. If you’re a fighter and you want to do this, you have to stick with it. Whether the sport is just for you, you should stick with it, otherwise, you’re a gambler and you take your chances on the street.
I love the competition I get to put myself in front of on the track and I feel like I play my role for the right reason