Andy Potts on Bouncing Back

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Here’s a quote from an entry in Andy’s blog.

“I’m in great shape and I’ve made improvements in my training over the winter and I just wanted to put my ability on display. Just because it didn’t show, doesn’t mean it wasn’t there, so I took the opportunity to shake off a disappointing weekend, mentally and physically recover, and really attack the next race,” Potts said. “The ability to handle adverse conditions, bounce back and be a professional is a valuable tool that I’ve learned from past experiences and it served me well.”

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