I take it in the context of the fact that he played games this year, was fit enough to do that and to perform (and not tire horrifically during games).Yeah, was announced in the media release of the 2km time trial.
No context given in regard to overall times however, so it may not be as impressive as it initially sounds.
i.e. he may have gone from 8:30 to 8:10 but that would still place him almost 2 minutes behind the elite tier of midfielders, who generally place in the 6:00-6:30 bracket.
It would be nice to get some actual times, but can understand why they don't get pubicised.
Encouraging nonetheless to see that Cameron's fitness has improved.
Agree and besides his recovery from concussion , this could be his best preseason preparation with a injury free body ..Dan Venables
First things first - let’s hope he’s recovered fully from that nasty concussion he suffered and there’s no lingering effects
Assuming that’s the case he needs to do what he hasn’t achieved in the previous 3 off seasons and that’s have an injury free preseason. It takes time to build a tank and core strength over successive preseasons and not achieving that in any year sets that back so he’s already behind the 8 ball
I’m sure the club had hopes when drafting him that Venables would be able to transition into a midfield role but that just hasn’t happened through his seemingly never ending battle with injury. A big preseason could see him spend more time training with the midfield group as we search for more depth in that part of the ground
He has the raw talent to play through the middle but needs to improve his tank and strength if he’s to have any hope of making it. Is also coming out of contract in 2020 so needs a big year to push up his value ..
I want to see Williams and Brander given time inside 50 next year as JK looks near cooked. Waterman is too short to be his long term replacement. JK's double grabbing marks he used to clunk under light or no pressure. He's fatiguing early in the second half these days and seems to have no power to jump or finish off a lead strong enough to get enough separation from the defender. Father time is undefeated.