It was then a decision to stop or keep going. I hate stopping in a race. Stopping always feels a lot worse than having a bad race. So I just carried on and linked up with a guy who had dropped off the pack. Plus there were still guys behind me- they ended up being lapped out. I used the rest of the race as a good hit out. I wanted to get onto the run and get a good session out of the race and practice for the upcoming Asian champs.
After people started realising what had happened the support from family, friends and random people in the crowd was amazing and kept me going even more! 58th was probably my worst result in a WTS but the experience ended up being incredible! I received a standing ovation from the crowd as I crossed the finish line. It definitely took some of the disappointment away from an overall bad result. London WTS really is the best atmosphere I have ever raced in!