On sport and growing up

There’s something so amazing about running around like a mad thing until there is no breath left in your lungs. It reminds you of childhood, of having so much energy and no self-consciousness, of reaching and pushing your limits without even trying because you are having so much damn fun. At least that was my […]

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Fishing in Helinsgør

I’d taken the train from Copenhagen to Helsingør largely to see Kronborg Castle. Kronborg was immortalised in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet as the Danish Prince’s castle ‘Elsinore’, so tourists flock from the world over to get a look into the imagined home of one of literature’s greatest characters. Anything related to Shakespeare is a big thumbs up […]

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10 things I’m excited to read/watch/listen/see in 2015

2015 is upon us and here are a few things that I’m excited to watch/see/listen/read in the year that lies ahead. WATCH  Thunderbirds Are Go! Duh-duh-duh-duh, duh-duh-duh duh-duh duh-duh-duh duh-duhhhhh…(that’s the Thunderbirds theme, FYI) I unashamedly love Thunderbirds. But the last adaptation, a 2004 film remake with Sir Ben Kingsley, was a pretty sub-par attempt. […]

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4 of the Best Cycling Videos of 2014

2014 was the year that pro-cycling teams really started to use video to engage their fans. It’s finally allowed them to fit into a world where everything gets GoPro-d. Sport, weather, human interaction, animals, you name it, everything now has a GoPro vantage point from which to watch. But it’s not just on-board cameras and […]

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What we know about the Tour de Yorkshire after today’s announcement

1. The major towns that get a look-in Bridlington, Wakefield, Leeds, Scarborough, York and Selby will all feature, but where they are going to be placed in the 2015 route is going to remain a secret until 21st January. So Yorkshire’s east coast features heavily as well as big cities in West and North Yorkshire. South […]

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