Bump, Bike & Baby, by Moire O’Sullivan

Moire O’Sullivan on the Killarney leg of the 2017 National Adventure Race Series

Title: Bump, Bike & Baby – Mummy’s Gone Adventure Racing Author: Moire O’Sullivan Publisher: Sandstone Press Year: 2018 Pages: 294 Order: Sandstone What it is: A funny tale about combining motherhood and sport Strengths: O’Sullivan never takes herself too seriously, making for a story that is as amusing as it is inspiring Weaknesses: Babies, several of them Moire O’Sullivan had it all. A happy family: herself, her husband Pete and their dog Tom. A career that involved frequent overseas travel in places as far flung as Vietnam, Cambodia, and Nepal. A passion for mountain running and adventure sports and the time and ability to indulge it (at the start of Bump, Bike & Baby O’Sullivan is only recently returned from running the Camino de Santiago across the north of Spain – normally a five-week hike – in seventeen days). She’s also got a wee bit of a problem: I am ...

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