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  1. 6 points
    Agree. Just home. 7min pB and the first time all run splits were sub 4:45 per k and also I averaged 34.1km hr on the bike. Honestly rapt with the race today. It also played into my favor when they announced a non wetsuit swim. Great race all round. Bring on geelong
  2. 4 points
    Long easy ride 217km in 8:10 1446m vert Consumed not in any order - 9ltrs of water, 2 bottles of red powerade, 2 Clif Bars, 3 High 5 gels, bag of jelly snakes, packet of salt and vinegar chips and 2 No Doze. So much bloody fun. Happy Australia day all
  3. 3 points
    Alright folks add to the list of things I'm trying to cram inbetween the fight that is my shop (long story short, engineer is being painful and delayed opening on top of bike crash and me destroying my website with dodgy code. Oops). Huma gel - I'm the distributor and just recieved a ton (yes a ton) of the stuff. 10 flavours. There's some people that have been sent some (bet at least three of you have no idea it's coming). I want a few more of you folk to try some. I'll send 5 gels to 20 more people. Free. Sweet huh? Also... I've got some clothing samples turning up very soon and need folks of all shapes and sizes to give some feedback and opinions. What is it all about? I decided some companies are charging ridiculously stupid amounts for basic kit. I wont be doing anything fancy, it'll be good quality, functional and basic kit . 100% of profit will go towards various charities and hopefully it'll be sourced and made ethically before too long (that ball is already rolling and may partner with a brand doing it already). I wanted to do something to help out those less fortunate. I will give 6 folks here (3 girls and boys) a shirt, shorts, hat (the hat is awesome just FYI) and socks. Women do better, because you're sooooo [insert sarcasm] picky you get Capri's, shorts, shirt, socks and hat. Roxii, cranky, miss Jess, FFF, bored@, FB, nealo no need to apply, you guys have all supported me so I'll return the favour. If I forgot someone please let me know. Lastly... I need help, lots of help. I'm looking for a couple of people to helpe out part time. I need a web coordinator (basically helping me with website and online store) all you'll need to have is passion for sport, attention to detail and be an advanced technology user. Secondly a shop assistant to work a few hours a week in store, you'll need to know a heap about running and a little about triathlon. We'll be fitting wetsuits and shoes Thanks all!
  4. 3 points
    Humble brag hit 78.5kg. The lightest I have ever been. I thought I would get fat in retirement.
  5. 2 points
    shop is in St Peters... Online ASAP, payment gateway drops every time you try and check out because the way the website was designed. Dev is on it and fixing it for me. Retail store should be this week engineers report pending (Thursday or Friday at the latest) I'll keep everyone updated on happenings.
  6. 2 points
    I worked on a massive road project recently, I don't think that would pass standards. Whichever dumbass contractor did that on the cheap is about to get reamed. Report it to council and see what comes back.
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  8. 2 points
    Hey there. I did the 2.5km at Sorrento too, I swim OK and that was tough, especially heading out to sea. Didn't look too bad from the beach, much worse out there! And that outer marker buoy was close to 1km out to sea I reckon. Swimming in big chop/swell is completely different to swimming in a calm ocean or pool, you'll go to breathe and get smashed in the face, so swallow water, you might end up breathing every 6 sometimes because of the waves and anxiety can quickly set in when you're deprived of oxygen, doesn't matter how strong a swimmer you are. And really races like today OWS experience really comes into it, doesn't matter how good a pool swimmer you are, if you haven't swam in heavy seas, you're going to struggle, at least initially. Persevere with the OWS series, but pick and choose your races depending in location and weather. Plus always come armed with your wetsuit, so if conditions aren't great you can swim with that. But don't become a slave to it! The more OWS you do, the better you'll become at that, there are a number of things you can do such as timing your stroke and breathing in time with the swell so you don't cop a face full of water. Racing in shit conditions is great for your confidence and experience as well as anxiety. It might be an idea to come down for a swim in the sharknet when it's choppy. Most people opt to only swim when it's flat, which is fine as long as you don't get conditions like you do today! There are a few OWS squads too, a new one starts on wed am with Stuart Denton, PM if you're keen I'll pass on your details. You might not feel it, but you gained a lot of swimming that race today. You will continue to feel anxious, that's normal, no-one likes sharks, but that will dissipate over time, the more you race. Check the forecast mid-week on seabreeze, I could tell conditions were crap on tuesday, you'll be better prepared and have time to register for a shorter race if you need to. A lot of DNFs today.
  9. 2 points
    I know you go to the beach a bit, but do you get in or just sun bake? Jump in the flags and play around a bit, have fun, don't "swim". Its a safe environment and should help create positive associations with the beach, even if there is a bit of chop. Then see if you can get along to some informal beach swim groups and go from there. Do it in a relaxed, no pressure environment, which will hopefully take the fear out of it when you go out for an organised event.
  10. 2 points
    Lets hope we dont start getting pics of saddle sores to show how much bike time folks are putting in
  11. 1 point
    As the buyer here, it played out as follows - : Me: contact seller a couple hours later, basically saying "done, are you available for me to pick it up tonight?" Seller: sorry, sold to someone else, let you know if it falls through. Me: Get a little butt hurt and call him out on it. I interpteted his initial reply of "pick up Northcote, cash, they're yours!" to my "will you take $40? " as acceptance, he did not. Hence I thought I'd get some outside perspective from you guys. A couple of reasonably civilised messages back and forth later, I agree to disagree. Based on responses here, not as black and white as I thought, so even though I still don't agree, I will concede there is probably grey middle ground here. Situation was probably heightened, by recent non favourable dealings (both as a seller and buyer), on Gumtree, similar to ones posted above. This was the straw that broke the camels back. Take home message for me here is, if I only stand to make or save <$100 when buying or selling on Gumtree, then it's not worth the hassle! Thanks for the feedback on my first world problems.
  12. 1 point
    Great ride FFF. No pics of the saddle sores though.
  13. 1 point
    I reckon you should change your handle to FFS. FM
  14. 1 point
  15. 1 point
    Right there with ya babe - but the ****ers aren't gonna get either of us ok!
  16. 1 point
    I emailed a little while ago and they confirmed you can rack on Sunday.
  17. 1 point
    I would love love to work in a TRI shop!! Shame you're hundred of kms away! Do you have ladies 2 piece? How much? Yes she does. I'll see her at Caloundra in a couple of weeks.
  18. 1 point
    Yeah I reckon if there was a response from you saying “done mate! Will text you re pickup” or something like that I would say “deal done”
  19. 1 point
    Not heading to parkrun we don't fly in till about 11 tomorrow. I do have an arvo run to do tomorrow Not sure where I'll do that yet.
  20. 1 point
    There really is nothing to fear if you are a good swimmer and you are sensible about what you do. Remember that. Then get out there with a few friends and gradually work into it. Swim easy, breastroke if need be, and just plod along with a couple mates right by your side. Then get the head under, but keep them visible in front and to the sides when you breath. Take it slowly and don't let the anxiety build. If it does, just remember that you are only just outside your normal zone, so head back closer to shore where you are more comfortable. Having friends you are comfortable swimming with will help. First time I swam in the dark I was freaked. Now I love getting out to the dam in the early morning to get a couple km in before sunrise.
  21. 1 point
    If it is an issue with bike tyres slotting in, or slipping off edges, they'll fix it real quick if you tell them. the litigation would be horrendous if they are told & didn't do anything. I reported a slot opened about 3cm wide between a drain & its concrete surrounds to council via their fixit webform, and the contractor called me 3 hours later to clarify exactly which drain it was while he was on his way to fix it.
  22. 1 point
    Can't seem to msg you willie. I'll be in sydney tomorrow and sunday. Won't have a car but staying in town. Let me know if you're around.
  23. 1 point
    Apart from the portaloo visits, I love race morning nerves. Makes me feel alive.
  24. 1 point
    The athlete guide was released today and the event schedule has racking and rego on both Saturday and Sunday 👌
  25. 1 point
    Good to see they have dropped the compulsory Saturday bike racking for Luke Harrop tri.
  26. 1 point
    Do you need another chick to help out being a test dummy, being at the smaller end of the clothing and shoe spectrum and a dedicated runner. if so, let me know and will pm details.
  27. 1 point
    Keen to try gels and gear if you're still after volunteers. PM'd you. Cheers.
  28. 1 point
    I'll be keen to try a new sort of gel..
  29. 1 point
    FU joker, 88 kgs big! I'm 100 or so Sounds good, med or large? Can you PM me with some of your details... Not sure we've crossed paths in trannie land yet.
  30. 1 point
    I knew I should have ridden slower, could have got those extra 5 mins. Damn my awesome athleticism!
  31. 1 point
    Cranky, I could explain it but Wikipedia does it so much better 😄 Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation is a non-fiction book written by Lynne Truss, the former host of BBC Radio 4's Cutting a Dash programme. In the book, published in 2003, Truss bemoans the state of punctuation in the United Kingdom and the United States and describes how rules are being relaxed in today's society. Her goal is to remind readers of the importance of punctuation in the English language by mixing humour and instruction. A panda walks into a café. He orders a sandwich, eats it, then draws a gun and proceeds to fire it at the other patronss "Why?" asks the confused, surviving waiter amidst the carnage, as the panda makes towards the exit. The panda produces a badly punctuated wildlife manual and tosses it over his shoulder. "Well, I'm a panda," he says. "Look it up." The waiter turns to the relevant entry in the manual and, sure enough, finds an explanation. "Panda. Large black-and-white bear-like mammal, native to China. Eats, shoots and leaves."
  32. 1 point
    I guess I'm just wayyyyyyyy tough then! 😂 🤔 Lol No. I use my phone. I hold it above the waterfall. That is awesome! Keep it up! OK. If o end up swimming on there today, I'll take photos of the puddle. Me- Ex let me swim in his Dam. He even swam slowly for the first out. Then he left me for dust! Windtrainer time now. ETA. Done - 10 min easy/45mins @ 82% / 5mins easy Photo proof that I was swimming on my bike. See.... sopping!
  33. 1 point
    Hell no! I grin and tell 'em it is some of my finest work to date. Haven't tried fist pumping/victory salute as I emerge yet, but it is on the list.
  34. 1 point
    Yeah... LOL Pictures or it didn't happen! LOL
  35. 1 point
    Back trading with the pace project kids today (they were away at camp last week). We are all racing at ParkRun on Saturday, so today the main set was 6 x 500, on grass. 519m / 2.03 / 3;58 pace 520m 1:59 / 3:50 pace 515m / 2.01 / 3:54 pace 519m / 2.02 / 3:55 pace 514m / 2.03 / 4:00 pace 517m / 2.04 / 4:00 pace Pretty chuffed with myself. Especially given most of this week I have spent most of the past week wondering why I am doing this, what am I trying to prove, why do I need to run so fast, my legs hurt (not injury wise)......blah blah blah. Really do enjoy training with the kids and they definately get you running just that little bit quicker every single rep. This was my quickest 500m set yet and I didn’t completely smash myself. ParkRun will be interesting this week. PB is 20.51 set back in Sept 2017, but not sure I am at the same pace. Once I get to that elusive 19:59 I can quit! LOL. So why do I do this.......well cause I run faster every time I focus. A great coach gets you mentally to this point.....my body does the physical work. Namaste..........
  36. 1 point
    From a purely scientific reason - I would like to understand the mindset beind this behaviour. What motivates someone to cheat like this & not very sophisticated or succesful ways either!
  37. 1 point
    I have no doubt he doesn't even feel like he's done wrong. But I bet he feels like he's been wronged!!!!! Welcome to the mindset of this type of person. Seriously, if you're Marks partner, get his passcode and check his phone and email!!!
  38. 1 point
    I have the same problem. Oh. That's right. There aren't any others.
  39. 1 point
    Series V of Vikings. More carnage!
  40. 0 points
    Or if Cranky had have swum quicker this morning you would have been ahead too.
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  42. 0 points
    I reckon he's probably a regular transitions poster hiding behind an alias - who could it be ?
  43. 0 points
    Life is sucking balls right now. Stuff just isn’t going right and I’m at the tail end of working 29 days straight and I have little by way of emotional reserves. I ****ing hope this shit passes soon. I was rather enjoying feeling happy.
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