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Year of first Tri race?

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  1. Apologies to Florence and the Machine for some lyric manipulation there... After visting a Physio and an Osteo to fix my hamstring problem, on Monday I visited a doctor. I was sent for an MRI and then back to the doctor - I knew things weren't looking too good when she said "you must have a very high pain threshold to run with your back in that state." She referred me to a specialist Sports Doctor, who went through each slide of the MRI with me, and identified the cause of my hamstring pain as a disc issue. I have three discs which have a 'tear' and have lost fluid (the discs look all dark
  2. Ok, so it's exactly a year today since I took a fall off my bike. As a result of that fall I had a plate put on my Collarbone, and then a few months later I had Hip Surgery to address FAI and a Labral Tear. My shoulder is still fairly 'crunchy' when I swing my arm over, but my Orthopedic Surgeon has said not to worry about it unless it gives me too much pain. Apart from feeling it a bit when I'm swimming, or am lying on it in bed, it's not all that bad so I'm guessing it's not doing too much damage. My hip has been fairly good if I don't do too much running on it, although I can stil
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