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DOJ Trump Special Council Jack Smiths as a cyclist

Old 11-22-22, 12:48 AM
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he bikes to work and he's a triathlete with some nasty injuries. got hit by a truck years ago. i'd post a link but i can't cus i'm a newbie. but if you google the phrase below, you might find it

"swim nac master tri qa jack smith"

it's listed in the nashville swim club

actually, here's a section of the Q&A

A little over a decade ago, I got hit by a truck while riding my bike and fractured my pelvis. While I came back from the injury (raced a triathlon 10 weeks later) it was too much too soon and I developed some really bad movement patterns that resulted in a ton of injuries. The wreck took me from doing Ironmans in the 10-hour range to doing them in the 12-13 hour range. After the crash, I was always dealing with some injury. I went through several years of seeing many, many, many therapists with no real improvement. But then we moved to Nashville and Ashley introduced me to Chris Wolfe, who I can say with some experience, is THE best physical therapist in the world. I am still not back to what I was, but last year I raced in 13 triathlons, won my age group or better in six of them, finished second in four others and qualified for Team USA for duathlon at the Long Course Duathlon Nationals (my swimming is perfect for duathlons) and for triathlon at the Long Course Triathlon Nationals. Any success I have had is directly attributable to Chris. I would strongly recommend his services to any NAC member dealing with injury, trying to develop better movement patterns or just trying to get better at their sport.
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I prefer cyclists who don’t crash.
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NYT’s coverage of newly appointed Trump special counsel Jack Smith says he is delayed to the USA “recovering from a bicycle accident” in Haag. Anyone who knows what kind of cycling he is doing? Dutch commuting or a road warrior? From he the photos I would guess he is more into gravel or single speed.
Who is Trump Special Counsel Jack Smith
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Old 11-22-22, 06:40 AM
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I left comments in both the WaPo and the Times asking for better reporting.

At this point no one knows;
the condition of the bike,
was the crash on the road or gravel, and
what is Jack's FTP.
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40 years ago I had a housemate who later became the psychiatrist treating Pete Rose's gambling addiction. Randy told me I made a great adolescent and should stay one for the rest of my life. I've tried my hardest to follow his advice. Great thread here.
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he bikes to work and he's a triathlete ...
The human body is like a battery, with a finite amount of energy, which exercise only depletes. He's going to die young because of this.
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Originally Posted by cranky old road View Post
40 years ago I had a housemate who later became the psychiatrist treating Pete Rose's gambling addiction. Randy told me I made a great adolescent and should stay one for the rest of my life. I've tried my hardest to follow his advice. Great thread here.
Speaking from personal experience, I can conclusively state that immaturity is under-rated, so your chronological and psychological stasis may be warranted..
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