Introduction

  1. My Multiple sclerosis races Ironman

This blog aims at raising awareness about multiple sclerosis and some of the challenges that people with MS need to live with. It also caries a message of hope, giving people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis confidence that you can live an active life.

I do not deny the reality of tough symptons and handicap that often comes with MS. My goal is to race for charities who support those who are not as fortunate as I am.

2. My Multiple sclerosis kicks your butt

I have always been a very competitive person, and despite my MS diagnosis in 2016, this is still the case. I do not race to be a finisher. Regular training is now part of my daily routine. I try to race to give the best I can, and hopefully to be fast!

3. Sometimes, my MS has the best of me

Remitting recurring multiple sclerosis is tough, because symptons randomly pop up. I have learnt to listen to my body, respect my fatigue levels, and adjust my lifestyle when necessary.

Triathlon is a way to improve my fitness level and condition, to stop thinking about symptoms. I want to focus on something I like, rather than something I am afraid of. It helps me mentally and physically, and I hope it can be the same for you.

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