https://qstodian.com/50363-neurontin-dose-for-diabetic-neuropathy-38290/ Long time no news
https://vdh-nord-immobilier.com/32301-zithromax-comprar-62358/ After a great end to the season, I needed a proper break this spring. I therefore went off sailing with Tom across the Atlantic and back. A great new experience for me and the best way to get a proper break.
After 2 months on the boat it was time to get back to training to get ready for the new season. I went off straight away on a physical training camp in Hossegor, South-west coast of France for some surfing, biking and all sorts of different activities.
Then the rest of the summer was spent between Aix les Bains with all the french team for intensive weeks of physical training and Savine le Lac, home with a lot of sailing, biking with the dogs and more physical training.
After all this physical training it was really time to get back onto the snow. Beginning of September, I was off to Argentina for a 3 week training camp start back on the snow, test some new boards but also some giant and boardercross training. This camp started really well with great condition, beautiful view of the lake and even some fresh snow.
But unfortunately on Tuesday the 15 while training on the course I hurt my knee due to a bad landing on a jump. It didn’t look like it was good news but had to wait to get back in France and get an MRI. After been flown back, I went to Grenoble and Lyon to get all the test and see the surgeon. The diagnostic was clear my ALC is completely torn but the rest of the knee is okay.
The next step is therefore to be operated next week and then start intensive reab until been ready to get back on my board in about 6 months
Thanks to everyone for their support
As well as to my sponsors Oxess, Dragon, Reusch, Northwave and Drake.
And no worries I will be back next season even more motivated