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Saturday, March 04, 2006

Much Love and Respect

Right now I am just thankful that Whitey can say the words, "keep in touch". Today has been an emotional roller coaster.... I found out that my good friend and training partner, Whitey Debroux, was involved in a very serious crash down in Mexico while racing the Vuelta. Out of respect for Whitey I am not going to post the picture of his injuries, but a full story, complete with a picture is available on his website. Please take a moment of your time and send him some positive words of encouragement, dabrew3@hotmail.com.



We are all part of this incredible community, connected by the spirit of two wheels. Each of us has his or her own story and we can all relate on some level. Whitey's positive spirit is contagious to everyone around him and his passion for cycling is inspirational. Your in our thoughts and prayers Whitey, wishing you a speeding and healthy recovery!

3 Comments:

Blogger Mom said...

Many people are praying for Whitey in Southwest Florida and throughout Wisconsin. My heart aches and tears sting as I think of his injuries. Yet, I, too, am so grateful he is going to be o.k. I pray for a complete and speedy recovery.

As for you, Nick, stay safe...I've said it a million times.
I love you~ Mom

4:43 PM  
Blogger Adam Lisonbee said...

Speed bumps on a sprint finish....that doesn't sound to good. Best of luck to Whitey in his recovery. I Hope he is back on the bike soon.

9:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

dude i just saw that dudes face. not good. i wish him a speedy recovery.

5:25 PM  

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