“You don’t know what I went through. The agony,” Johnson said. “I wanted it to be perfect, and it gets out of your hands and out of your own control. The Marine Lieutenant looks down towards Ryder as the man starts talking. Her eyes then swings towards Cam. Her lips twist a bit towards a smile but that might be a little too much to hope for with all of the drugs in her.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My Profile”Sometimes you just show up on the day and you give it everything you can and your body doesn’t respond like how you want it to, and it doesn’t really reflect the training that you’ve done and that was the kind of day I had.””It’s all part of the process of coming back,” she added. “And although it wasn’t the results I wanted, it’s a step in the right direction.”Regardless of her results, though, Findlay said she’s happy to have taken part in the Pan Ams.”It was a great feeling to be part of Team Canada and not just for triathlon but (to be) part of all the sports, being in the athletes’ village and going to the dining hall and seeing all the other countries while wearing your Canada kit with pride.”No rest til OctoberA couple of days after her race, Findlay boarded a plane to Los Angeles, where she took part in a four day shoot for a Nike commercial alongside NHL player Steve Stamkos and tennis star Eugenie Bouchard.”It was really cool I don’t know how I even got into that amazing group of athletes that were also there,” Findlay said of the gig her second commercial spot after a Pan Am Maytag ad.However, when asked for details about the Nike commercial, she wouldn’t reveal much.”I don’t think I can say, I think it’s a secret, I’m sorry!”After shooting wrapped, it was back to her training grounds in Boulder, Colo., and for Findlay, a welcome return to her usual training routine. Her cold is gone, her knee feeling better, her eyes on the future.Findlay’s focus now is firmly locked on to a couple of other big races, also Olympic qualifiers, coming up in the next month.
10. Adrian Wojnarowski (Yahoo! Sports): He’s not so much a part of the HATERZ as he just seems to play to the crowd. Which is a shame, because Wojnarowski is a pretty good NBA columnist. “Saliva is more than 90% water, and you breathe it out through your mouth,” says Gigi Meinecke, DMD, a spokesperson for the Academy of General Dentistry. “Any time your mouth is dry, you put yourself at risk for cavities because bacteria thrive vigorously in that environment.” That could be a problem if you often do long, intense sweat sessions where you breathe heavily and don’t hydrate enough or don’t replenish fluids lost afterward. Decay around or under a filling can also cause breakage.