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    Tenacity on a bicyle

    My first 430-km day I stopped three times in shops along the way because of rain. Each time I buried my face in my arms and cried. I had lost all hope. But when it came down to it, I got back up and went out there in the rain again to be battered and beaten some more before having to stop and cry again. You may have to take a breather every once in a while, but make sure you get back up.

    Cornel Dobrin, 26-year-old Langley, B.C. cyclist dipped his toes in the Pacific Ocean at English Bay, Vancouver, on Canada Day, July 1, 2009. After biking 7,200 kilometres, he tipped his toes in the Atlantic at St. John’s, Newfoundland. He made the cross-Canada bicycle trip in a record 27 days, 5 hours and 30 minutes, beating the previous record by more than one day.

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