>Cross Training>Can you do a triathlon with an " I just want to finish" attitude?
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The voice of mile 18
Thanks. I just registered for http://www.phillytri.com/course.html#sprint
I checked one-day USAT or something like that. I also checked three technical tees without much idea of what they are. What are the typical finish time for those who finish last in 0.9 k swimming and 24 K biking? Without
any experiences, I now have to use their times as my benchmark
Roads were made for journeys...
Open water might be hard without enough swim training, you can't just stop and rest. It might also be cold and require a wetsuit depending on your location and the time of year.
A chip is also used? or maybe three chips are needed for swimming, biking and running? Is there
a bib number for swimming?
2010 results: Muskoka long course: 2km-55km-15km- 1st in age group (qualified for Ironman Canada), 4th female amateur overall; Smith Falls triathlon- first female overall; 5 km Canada Day running race- 20:42 (fourth female overall). My first pure running race! Quinte triathlon 1.5-40km-10km Second female overall; Ktown triathlon -first female overall (2km-55km-15km) Mt Forest triathlon (500-20km-5km) 1st female overall; Brockville triathlon (750-20-5km) 1st place female overall
2011 results: (Racing with Piriformis syndrome-ouch) Sydenham Triathlon- 1st female overall; Peterborough Triathlon-4th female (out of 185)and 1st in age group.....
Champions are made when no one is watching
TRIing to beat the heat!
Sub-1:42 for half marathon √ (1:41 at Disney, Jan '12)
Sub-22 for 5k √ (21:51 in Sept '12)
BQ for marathon- FAIL