This post is not about squash or tennis.
Deji Odetoyinbo, this week’s guest blogger, is Toronto veterinarian by profession. Deji is a cycling enthusiast, squash player, and a photography buff.
In this narrative, interspersed with some hindsight, Deji takes us through a cycling incident and its aftermath. You don’t have to be a cyclist or a sportsperson to relate to this post.
In his own words: “I crashed at the 190th kilometre of a 215 km ride. Joey, my co-rider, told me later that when he saw my body smack the road and stay still, he was absolutely certain that I was dead…”