Working Stiff Part 2: Working Out and the Empires of Deception

author : Scott Tinley
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photoScott Tinley on working to play, or playing at work.

Working Stiff - Part 1

author : Scott Tinley
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photoAfter all these years, had sport become too much like work that it was no longer a respite from that which is labeled work? Or at least feels like it at times?

Anatomy of an Injury

author : Scott Tinley
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photoOur response to injuries are perhaps more telling of our personalities than our plans to heal them. It’s not so much a case of denial as it is disbelief. We are multisport athletes. We don't get hurt.

A Question of Mettle

author : Scott Tinley
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photoThe grand pull to Kona is both a product of our sport's mythology, marketing, and the intangible desires that each create.

The More Things Change

author : Scott Tinley
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photoStripped of its three-figure entry fees and five figure bikes, when the gun goes off it's still a bunch of crazies doing three sports for a thousand reasons.

Return to Sender - Reconsidering the Meaning of Play and Sports

author : Scott Tinley
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photoAs endurance athletes, by definition we must go to our borders to find our center. There is meaning in suffering, we tell ourselves, but not in stupidity.
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