- Freelance sports and medicine journalist
- Not Clearly Pro or Con to the question "Should Performance Enhancing Drugs (Such as Steroids) Be Accepted in Sports?"
“Perhaps the greatest benefits to be obtained from many banned substances are not that they build bulk but that they speed up recovery from training, increase fast-twitch muscle fibre and enable those who use them to achieve a greater physical output from the same amount of effort in training. Surely these are effects that are potentially as helpful in golf as in other sports, particularly as it becomes a more athletic game.”
“Top of the Drugs List and Heads in the Bunker,” The Guardian, July 25, 2008
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- Involvement and Affiliations:
- Freelance journalist for The Times, Health and Fitness, Daily Mail, Guardian, Evening Standard, and the Sunday Times
- Winner of the Medical Journalist Association Freelance Journalist of the Year Award, 2008
- Winner of the Fitness Professional of the Year Award, 2003
- MSc (Master of Science), Nutrition, Leeds Metropolitan University, 1994
- BA, Human Movement Studies, Leeds Metropolitan University, 1990
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