Murdoch On The Fine Lines & Delicate Balance In The Unrelenting World of Sport

Ross Murdoch - courtesy of Scottish Swimming

The world of elite sport can be raw and brutal, a place where few can survive let alone thrive and where hundredths of seconds can separate joy from crushing despair. World and European medallist Ross Murdoch knows only too well about the peaks and troughs and how the suffocating fog of gloom can quickly follow the high of victory.

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The world of elite sport can be raw and brutal, a place where few can survive let alone thrive and where hundredths of seconds can separate joy from crushing despair. World and European medallist Ross Murdoch knows only too well about the peaks and troughs and how the suffocating fog of gloom can quickly follow the high of victory.

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