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ironpo last won the day on November 17 2017

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About ironpo

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    Up in the hills
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    Staying awake and sleeping

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  • Year of first Tri race?
    2002

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  1. Mrs IP has some and rates them very high she’s never had a pair of goggles that don’t leak till these and I think about $80 a pair and came in a week , so pretty good for custom made
  2. Nice ride but there is no way that is nearly 9000 m of gain 5000 m max More like 4500 ( I live at the bottom of buffalo So know multible reps of buffalo well including a fatbike Everest ) mrs ip and I have done buffalo (dingo dell) ,Then hotham , Then buffalo (Dingo dell) Rides and they arnt quite 6000 m so bright to dingo dell X3 wouldn’t be any more than 5000m
  3. Not to bring any facts into this like clintred did , but if you watch this interview with the race director of both Kona and the half IM camps it will tell you that a two day race will never happen at Kona , and also that the IMWC will allways be held at kona
  4. Sodium/electrolyte use is the most neglected part for 99% of ironman age group racing and training most folks should be useing 1500mg per hr and some like myself need upto 3000mg per hr
  5. Yes but one person might be as aero as a brick and the other super slippery, so can’t do any comparison a lot also depends on how you rode to get those 220 watts , tyre type , brand , tubbie V clincher and pressure etc etc
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    Dave and crowie

    I’m hopeing I can be in as good shape as dave is at 65 one of the better videos u can watch on tris , (and life) lots of great advice and wisdom bit boring at start but once they get into it , very good https://www.triathlete.com/2019/05/training/dave-scott-and-craig-alexander-on-bricks-carbs-and-what-makes-a-world-champ_377874?fbclid=IwAR1SzAEnr4Jx468wI6sFQjpiYKVvpJZ8rQtirunxjq-sXaGK1MBG6N4nrUo
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    Bike v's car

    Agreee just a matter of time , before something happens I’d never ride in the shite , but then again if had to live. In that I’d never drive in that crap either so what are the options ? got less chance of being killed driving I suppose but that just adds to the problem and frustration of living in a way to overcrowded city 🌃 helicopter to work or move I suppose niether option not available to most
  8. ifvyou want to learn about this issue , and how fffnn complex it is then watch this
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    Time management

    Ditch the evening session and train in the morning far far more time efficient, if you want to train , sometimes something has to give best st thing I ever did is get rid of the PM sessions , some coach’s Ive worked with hAvnt been overly happy when we start working together when I tell them I refuse to do any PM sessions but once they see how much I can cram into a (training) week then they get over it very very quickly great your not digging into family time , so you just have to except that u won’t get your 8 hrs sleep on some nights I’m out the door at 6-30 a
  10. Very simple fix , to keeping life/train balance , therefore keeping spouse happy 😃 A get out of bed earlier and be organised B do all your rides (or most) on the trainer C ditch any group “training” sessions , this frees up sooooo much time , and allows you do get done what u need to get done at a time that suits EG early morning and there is no time lost waiting before and after for that dude that’s allways late . Also no time wasted getting to and from session . It’s all about time management D see Point A
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    Bike Boxes

    UMOZ winner Carl read just flew home to NZ with his P5 in a scicon bike bag and found it snapped in multiple places on arrival a all to common story with the scicon bags unfortunately
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    Port 2019

    I’ve allways said anyone can finish an IM even on no training its not hard you won’t find anything we’re i said anyone can go sub ten , quite the opposite my personal aim is allways sub 10 , just cause I done it in the past doesn’t mean it’s gunna happen again or even , this week but u gotta have an aim
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    Port 2019

    First ride since November on the road will be last till race day , as I have a trainer with me did feel abit funnie I must admit , but got used to it pretty quick , allways going for sub 10 , must have goals to get you out of bed at2-30am doesn’t mean it’s gunna happen though , I’m old , slow ,fat , and never ride on road so I got no chance 🤔
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    Port 2019

    I think AP was standing on the other side of the lighthouse when this pic was taken
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