I was supposed to be leaving for Korea this morning for round 2 of the ITU WCS series this weekend in Seoul, but unfortunately I won’t be making the trip.
A few days after I returned from Sydney I started getting some knee pain. Our team has been somewhat plagued by knee injuries as of late so I wanted to make sure this pain didn’t last too long. I continued swimming but other than a few water runs I didn’t do any bike or run workouts. The last two weeks have been a good test of patience.
The good news is that I’m back riding and running now, but I had to make a decision last Friday whether I wanted to race and there was too little progress at the time. The next race on my calendar will most likely be Madrid on June 6th.
Last Friday was also the day of my CT scan. When I returned from Sydney I met with my doctor to discuss the abdominal pain I experienced during the race and he ordered the test to see if we could finally get to the bottom of it. I have received some preliminary results and will get more details in the coming days.