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Never tap out. Never submit! I am a warrior! The Sean O’Leary story. 

By Jeremy Aitken In 2020 Sean O’Leary was living in a fog of painkillers trying to navigate life with a new prosthetic leg. The 170 cm father of two sons weighed 127 kilograms and “was in a dark place” after… Continue Reading →

Suburban Fight Club 

By Jeremy Aitken. It is 8.00 pm on a Saturday night.  I am standing near the sliding glass entrance doors of a large suburban function room.  The room is packed. Well-dressed diners are seated, eating entrees and drinking wine. In… Continue Reading →

Covid Line

By Jeremy Aitken It is 7.00am Wednesday morning in early Spring.  It is hot under an almost transparent clear blue sky; the tarmac is already starting to radiate heat and is steadily becoming hotter.   A large white marquee has… Continue Reading →

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