I quit cycling at 32 because I had the bones of an old woman

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Tuesday, November 17, 2009
By Yokota Fritz


UK Cyclist Chris Boardman won the 1992 Gold Medal in the 4,000 meter track race at the Barcelona Olympics.
Yet within seven years, he was to receive a shocking diagnosis that was to end his cycling career. Chris was told he was suffering from osteoporosis. Although in its early stages, the disease, which causes bones to become fragile and prone to breakage, was enough to stop this elite sportsman in his tracks.

Read more: CHRIS BOARDMAN: I had to give up cycling at 32 because I had the bones of an old woman. Via Bruce.

See also: Weight Training for cyclists.


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