..well actually it'll be just as cycle focused as I'll be training for the World Masters Road Champs in Austria at the end of August, however since I've just endured a week of jet lag followed almost immediately by a week of "the 'flu", my training is so far behind where it should be that I'm 100% certain I'll be propping up the bottom of the list this time round.
Curently Alex is competing in Portugal in the World Mountain Bike Orienteering Championships, please take a look at this web site for details...http://mtbwoc2010.fpo.pt/ or this one for the team's blog http://www.ozmtboteam.socialfx.net/
There are quite a few events..sprint, middle distance qualifying for the long and then the long distance and after that the relays. Alex is better at the longer distances. The sprint event starts later today (Sunday am both there).
I fly out on Thursday and will be riding the Alp d'Huez on Sunday..providing my cough and sinus issues doesn't worsen during the flight.
I'm soooo looking forward to warmer weather and the 21 hairpin bends...better than the 48 of the Stelvio