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Mathew Pritchard's life changed overnight when he became a TV sensation as one part of international hit show, Dirty Sanchez. However, since then, Pritchard has switched his life up massively, trading in the partying and cameras, for running, cycling and swimming. But the story of how, and why this all happened has been years in the works.
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