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America's Cup: Grinding the way through the lockdown

by Graeme Spence/INEOS Team UK 5 Apr 00:54 PDT
Graeme Spence spinning handles on the land based grinding machine © Harry KH / INEOS TEAM UK

Staying on the grind! The sailors are at home but they are still training. INEOS Team UK grinder Graeme Spence shows how he stays on top of his fitness regime in the lockdown.

Using a homemade grinding machine made from two old $15 scrapyard bikes, a bike trainer, an old computer desk and a pallet finished off with two badminton racket grips for handles, INEOS Team UK grinder Graeme Spence, stays fit without having to go to the team base or gym. How are you keeping active at home? #StayHomeSaveLives

Staying on the grind!

Staying on the grind! The sailors are at home but they are still training. Top marks Graeme ‘Gballer’ Spence for using a handmade grinding machine made from two old $15 scrapyard bikes, a bike trainer, an old computer desk and a pallet finished off with two badminton racket grips for handles. How are you keeping active at home? #StayHomeSaveLives

Posted by INEOS Team UK on Monday, 30 March 2020

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