Know your worth

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A few weeks ago on the radio, the award wining Australian actress, Kerry Armstrong was being interviewed on 774 ABC radio as part of the Conversation Hour. She talked about self esteem, and her new role as an ambassador for … Continued

Monday’s experts

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Here’s something that will come as a surprise to none of you: women’s cycling has a problem, and it’s not with the riders. On Saturday night Australian time, us former international riders, current professional athletes, fans, friends, family, and alleged … Continued

About Bridie

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About Bridie Born Brisbane, Australia 1974 Degree Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, 1999 University of QLD Job Clinician, Epworth HealthCheckClinician, Epworth Breast Service Teacher, Deakin University Medical School Lives Melbourne, AUS Height 179cm Weight 66kg V02 65ml/kg Team Total Rush … Continued

No magic wand

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The man sitting opposite me has happily accepted who he is and I am at a complete loss. He’s been a patient at this clinic for nearly a decade and over that time, almost nothing has changed about his physical … Continued

Sport, sexism & videoblogging for tired athletes

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I was too tired to write a long article, so I uploaded a video blog instead   Here are some the articles I spoke about, please have a read: Sagan butt pinch http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/the-bottom-line-on-sagans-flanders-podium-pinch   SBS News article on Sexual currency http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2013/12/04/selfie-tummy-and-act-war-dispatch-battle-over-female-attractiveness-and-sexuality   United Nations … Continued

Snakes on a plane

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As a doctor working nights in an emergency room, you hear a lot of tall stories. Men with things shoved into the far reaches of their colon usually offer creative yet totally implausible explanations for how a Vegemite jar or … Continued

Traversing the margin from good to great

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The Australian women’s road program is being out-performed by the men*   At the London Olympics, we had unremarkable results, with Queenslander Shara Gillow, the reigning AUS and Oceania ITT Champion, placing 13th in the TT and the only finisher in the … Continued