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Gerry McCann on his third Etape Caledonia event last Sunday

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Gerry McCann on his third Etape Caledonia event last Sunday

Post by Guest on 18.05.12 20:23

Gerry McCann on his third Etape Caledonia event


GERRY MCCANN talks about taking part in his third Etape Caledonia event and daughter Madeleine's birthday. The etape is an 81-mile race which starts and finishes in Pitlochry. About 5000 people took part on Sunday morning.


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He looks very relaxed
He says fund is quite healthy cos of Kate's book, and this one (the race) is just for enjoyment.

Video on link......................

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/videos/
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Post by Guest on 18.05.12 20:29

Odd that we have had no big stories on this, considering it was last Sunday??? Normally any excuse to get Madeleine's name and face on the front of the paper. Strange.
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Post by jmac on 19.05.12 2:40





Could the runaway horse at this year`s event have something to do with it?

http://news.stv.tv/tayside/99708-drama-as-charity-challenge-cyclists-cope-with-runaway-horse-during-race/



Nope, not the same horse.

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Post by Guest on 19.05.12 9:03

Gerry says something at around 1.10 to the effect that he feels guilty having to ask for money - all I can say is that he copes admirably with the burden of guilt that he carries!
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Post by anil39200 on 19.05.12 9:20

So, was there a 'sighting' in Scotland then ?....did he 'search' on the way round? So, yet another day when the children would miss their parent. One wonders how much time they do spend together as a family? Wonder if they realise that its that type of selfishness that got them into the situation they find themselves in, more importantly that leads toissing children, but then, how would that be their fault?

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Post by anil39200 on 19.05.12 9:25

My typo again...should read ..to losing ...not toissing...though a slight amendment to a letter or two might bring me down to a certain authors standard of vocabulary.....its the stress of seeing smugness causing me to type badly..honest!

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