Last week I travelled to Germany to compete in the under 20’s Bremen Masters competition along with some of the best Juodoka’s in the world. I competed on Sunday (see earlier Blog) and then attended a training camp Monday, Tuesday and all day Wednesday. Wednesday night we made our way home and our plane landed at Stansted airport at 9:25pm.
We then travelled home by car and finally reached my front door at 2:35am Thursday morning. Thursday evening I was back at my club and discussing the competition and camp with my personal coach Bill Kelly. Bill was happy with my performance at the comp and after watching the video (Bill wasn’t able to attend the event in person because he was in Thuringer accompanying another team mate) there are plenty of learning and tactical areas for us to work on.
Tomorrow is Saturday and I need to be out of the house at 5:30 am to pick up a fellow team mate and then make our way to Dartford for a full days training session. the sessions at Dartford are normally long and hard but very good and with a bit of luck I should be back home by 9:00pm.
Then Sunday I’ve arranged to take my grandma to the pictures so I can have a rest and she can enjoy a day out. It’s not all work!! Last night I was given a diary of events for the foreseeable future and it looks like I will be travelling to France, Holland, Belgium and Ireland over the next 6weeks as well as training at home. No it’s not all work and even when it is we still find time to enjoy it.