Maintaining the Momentum of Success

Giles Long was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 13. As a competitive swimmer, this presented a hefty obstacle to his lifelong goal of one day competing for Olympic gold. However the young athlete was persistent and used his experience to go on and win gold at the paralympic games, breaking world records along the way. By turning his adversity into opportunity, the MBE-honoured athlete has created a celebrated formula for success – the ‘Chimo’ cycle – on which he gives inspirational lectures. Writing exclusively for Criticaleye, Long tells his story and explains how a little change can go a long way.




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