Its 4:30am, the morning after being knocked out of the World Rowing Champs. The reason Im awake is because, surprisingly ribs are a part of the body that are very painful and are used for more than you think, being comfortable in... more
I am Mahe Drysdale. My day job is Rowing. Some of the highlights of my career have been an Olympic Gold and Bronze medals in the men’s single scull and 5 World Championship titles. I have joined a team of some pretty awesome... more
This blog has taken a good 10 months to finally publish but as they say better late than never!
I thought I should finally go back and try and document what the Olympics was like for me and try and give you a bit of an idea of... more
Well London 2012 starts in 2 days time and it’s that time of year when you have done all the hard work, and its time to put the icing on the cake.
This is the time of year I love, physically you are in as good a shape as you’ll... more
The past few weeks have been a mixture of sun, sweat, hard work, pain, medical appointments, and a fair bit of Frustration.
Last time I wrote I was in Munich and had just been knocked off my bike. I was pretty positive and my... more
After the journey I have had over the past four years, I was hoping the ‘excitement’ was behind me and I could have a ‘boring’ year training and competing without incident.
So far this year, that is... more