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Macey Stewart Blog

Macey Stewart Blog: Missing Europe Already!

Posted by on Oct 12, 2018 in Features, Macey Stewart Blog | 0 comments

Macey Stewart Blog: Missing Europe Already!

After a below average start to 2018 and yet another ‘come back’ from the come back queen over here, I headed off to Europe for a fresh start on the road with Wiggle High5. When I left Australia I had one race on my calendar for the entire season, the Tour of California. I was questioning whether there was any point in me uplifting my whole life and going way out of my comfort zone moving to Europe for one definite race start. Not going to lie, there were many tears shed with mum, fearing the unknown. Boy am I thankful I got on that plane!...

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Macey Stewart Blog: The road to recovery, again!

Posted by on Mar 19, 2018 in Features, Macey Stewart Blog | 0 comments

Macey Stewart Blog: The road to recovery, again!

On the 11th of January I started my first big race for 2018 with my new WiggleHigh5 teammates. I arrived in Adelaide 2 days before the Women’s Tour Down Under and by the time I stood on the start line I already felt a strong sense of unity between myself and the women I had only just met. This shone through as soon as the gun was fired; we had each other’s back out there. We communicated so well and made decisions thinking purely of the team, not ourselves, something that usually takes a long time to build and learn as a team. My job was...

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