Re: Old story of my trials performance

Discussion in 'rec.sport.unicycling' started by S_Wallis, Apr 5, 2005.

  1. S_Wallis

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    Great story Rod! I was sweating profusely and had butterflies just
    reading it. I don't think I could have handled the pressure.
    I was afraid I would get to the end of the story and you would say "and
    then I woke up to the sound of my alarm clock..." or something. You
    have done that to me before ya know.

    Scott


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  2. Mikefule

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    A great piece of writing. Not exaggerating to say I could feel the
    tension physically - the butterflies... will he make it? And the inward
    cheer when you did.

    Lovely.

    Never mind crank length, tyre sections and spoke lacing, stories like
    this remind us why we ride.


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  3. Great story, Rod. It's great that you kept your composure in front of
    all those students and faculty :D


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