In high school and college, many people told me I was the doppelganger of Chicago Bull Luc Longley. I only mention that because he’s now an assistant coach on the Austrailian men’s basketball team that was playing the U.S. yesterday and he had a bit of screen time.
Never watched field hockey before until yesterday, and that blue field was something else.
The first time I paid attention to Olympic diving was during the Barcelona Olympics because the backdrop was amazing. Too bad it wasn’t broadcast in HD.
I’d like to know more about how high divers practice. For instance, do they use trampolines? I’m just thinking that after each dive, that’s a long climb back up to practice another dive, it’s hard to do any repetition.
No one in my family noticed I clean shaved my head.
Someone was kind enough to leave a comment yesterday detailing their stress test experience and blood pressure issues, which he now has a handle on. I really, really appreciate you taking the time to do so and it answered some questions I couldn’t find online. I’m starting to record my BP every morning so I can have a record of at least a month before getting a stress test. One morning, it was 163/91 with a resting heart rate of 88 BPM.
Here’s a fun tool from the BBC (Hint: Enter DOB as DD/MM/YYYY)
Here are my body match stats:
You are the same height as 1097 athletes.
You are the same weight as 74 athletes.
You are the same age as 43 athletes.
I’m not sure if I mentioned it, but Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ is a brilliant mini-series, especially if you are into Eighties nostalgia and film homages, but done with a classic tone and feel, minus any of the cheese. I plan on writing some non-spoiler thoughts later.