Post-Op, and Thoughts of A Longer Career

20 08 2011

The waiting is over. Last Friday, 10 weeks after initially injuring my knee, I finally had reconstructive surgery which saw Stewart Walsh take a portion of my Patella Tendon, and reassign it with a new job of being a fresh ACL in my right leg. As I’m sure he has done many a time, itĀ seems as though Stu has done a magnificent job, and with a lot of inflammation clearing, I am now able to spend most of my vertical time walking without crutches. Read the rest of this entry »

“Cut off at the Knee”

13 06 2011

My season was looking up. I was improving with every week that passed, and my progression towards peaking in July/August, in time for the New Zealand Nationals and World Team Championships, was going to plan. One bad pivot twist, and 3 seconds later it all seemed so insignificant. Read the rest of this entry »