Findlay writes about her Olympic experienceAugust 14, 2012By Roger Hospedales
In Paula Findlay’s latest blog, she writes about her experience at the London Olympics. Below are a few excerpts.
Never, never, never, give up
“I wasn’t headed to the Olympics just to participate and call myself an Olympian. I wanted to be on the podium. I was aware that my chances of accomplishing this were significantly lower after my difficult year, but it never lessened my desire to be the best. I lined up against 54 of the worlds fastest triathletes wanting to beat them, and believing that maybe I could. If I didn’t believe that it could happen, then there’s no way it was going to happen. (Yeah I know, it didn’t happen).”
“I need to make some changes and I’m not entirely sure what the next few months have in store for me. I think I’ll keep that quote on my laptop (Never, never, never, give up) for now. Never give up, finish what you start, and keep on believing. Thanks a million to you all”
Read more at Paula Findlay’s Blog.