Via Kokkola to Doha

One week I will be spending in my hometown Kokkola. There will be some paperwork to be done. Another reason for going up to the north is that I will study sports psychology. During 3 days the students will meet in Vasa and get information on how the lessons will be organized over internet. I think it will be very interesting to take part in this course. I know myself how important the mental part is in sports. It is also a way to go back to “real life” after so many years of cycling.

When it comes to the paperwork that has to be done it is because we are moving to Doha, Qatar in less than two weeks. Wow, that will be exciting. After 1 year in Holland, 5 in Italy and 7 in Germany it is time to move again. A new country, a new culture and once again a new social network that has to be built up will bring its challenges, but we are both looking forward to it.


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