Mark Gunter
  • Kieran Degan

    Very sad. My prayers are with Mark and his family.

  • Rob Arnold

    Thanks Wade.

  • Michele

    Thanks for the update, and putting this out there Wade.

    I must admit I too felt sick when I read some tweets going around.

    I was also a little angry about this point you made:

    “an upsetting rumour on social media had got out of hand with one person after another spreading the news and sharing their condolences.”

    Unfortunately some cycling journos decided to help spread this news without first checking to make sure it was in fact, truth.

    I share Kieran’s thoughts. Only met Mark a few times at the TdU, but came across a top class bloke.

  • I was very sad when I saw Shane’s tweet. My prayers are with Mark and his family.

  • Shiffon

    My mum has this week finished treatment for oesophageal cancer, including a marathon operation, chemo and radio therapy, so this rings loudly with me. My thoughts are with the Gunter family. I hope that there is still some positivity to be found, as it is incredibly important amongst the inevitable dark days to inject a lot of love and laughter to all involved in his and the family’s journey. Best wishes!

  • Jessy Vee

    Rest in peace Mark. My thoughts are with his family, friends and colleagues.

  • Durian Rider

    Chemo and radiation are something Id never do. Watching how they both killed my Dad day by day gave me enough conviction to stay away from em.

    Of all the people I knew who had cancer, it was the treatments that killed em. Walking down the street you can’t tell who has cancer but you can sure tell who just got off chemo.

    Change your diet and lifestyle? Nah, thats too extreme! Keep smoking, drinking, eating the aussie diet and hope your oncologist doesnt dose you too high that week that your immune system is so wrecked you get a cold and die a miserable death prematurely.

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