|Rehabbing Trebor commits to go2japan|
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|Written by Jeff Johnston|
|Sunday, 20 April 2008 15:12|
Sumo Wrestler Uses Recovery Time Well
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS - Robert Adair, AKA "Trebor," has signed on to help Asian Access launch go2japan.org. He will be serving as a Beta Tester on the go2japan Forum, as well as a contributing author; this despite only posting 6 entries on his blog over the last 8 months!
Trebor, a graduate of Texas A&M University, is currently recovering from knee surgery in his home state. We've learned from the young church planting sumo wrestler that the cartilage damage was worse than expected. The injury took place during an exhibition match with former standout Chiyonufuji, who reigned on top of the Sumo world in the late 1980s and still has a huge following.
Trebor's surgery was a success, and he should be back into playing shape before you can sing the Aggie fight song. Soon he will return to Kyushu, Japan where he is serving as a Church Planting Associate during the sumo off-season. During his rehabilitation, Trebor will be spending some time helping to enhance go2japan.org.
Expect to hear more from Robert "Trebor" Adair soon.
|Last Updated on Friday, 02 May 2008 12:06|