I got back in the ring this morning after four weeks away. It is the longest rest period ever I have ever taken, but after an emotionally draining season it was needed. While lying on the beach last week I reflected a lot on my future in the sport. My focus has been on Zurich 2014 for so long that I had never thought about my plan for training, working, and living afterwards.


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