Work has been very hectic recently; a lot of travel and it is the closest it has been to being to being stressful for several years. I have had no further migraine auras, and the rhythm is behaving itself. My resting HR is now permanently in the mid-60s; almost back at the level it was prior to diagnosis.
I visited the velodrome a couple of days ago. The picture is of someone attempting the hour record on a penny farthing. They have not yet published the results, but spent a lot of time afterwards filming with the riders and the Guinness official. At 133 laps, I suspect this was probably a shorter distance than the Herne hill attempt last year, but will still be a record as far as Guinness are concerned.
The last time I visited the velodrome, I felt good and didn’t push too hard; on checking my HR afterwards, I had a several spikes of 170 during sprint efforts, but these always returned to base HR very quickly. This time, there were only five of us and I pushed a little harder, but only hit a maximum of 167. Hopefully this indicates that my fitness is improving and my AF is still under control.