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S in Oregon
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Hey, nice marmot!
Go here: http://www.beginnertriathlete.com/
That site has pretty much everything you'd ever want to know about triathlons.
Good luck to your wife!
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what are lions?
My wife is planning to complete her first full sprint tri. She's wondering how to dress for easy transition and comfort. Anyone have any thoughts on what to wear?
S in Oregon
you didn't mention time of year or temps. for a summer tri, i'd suggest either a tri suit, or similar separates. tri suits can be $$- if it's her first one, and she's not sure how into the sport she will be, may not be worth the investment. as a cheaper alternative, quick-drying shorts and sportsbra are good for the swim. after, throw on a shirt w/the bib already pinned in- if she doesn't like race belts (i hate them). i've never found the need for shorts w/chamois. most of the women triathletes i know prefer it, tho. a small percentage like to wear swimsuits (of the athletic style), then add shorts and shirt, or just shirt.
i've done a few sprints in fall. for that i bought a 'bolero' (terry cycles has a nice one). arm warmers would probly work well, too. (sometimes you need something warmer for the bike). again, if she doesn't mind race belts, then a light cycling jacket or ls jersey works best.
best to your wife on her race!
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