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Coach@triathlon last won the day on February 8 2014

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About Coach@triathlon

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  • Birthday 13/09/1966

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    1982

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  1. No, it's not funny - and there are those that do know the truth of it pertaining to close mates and all - you besmirched an entire Triathlon club - and those that emerged from it that reached the highest peaks in the sport. Tony, as much as he is removed from the sport these days, saw it important enough to emerge from his self imposed exile to call you out - because you disrespected a sacred chapter of the sport that defined and shaped Australia on the world stage. Shame on you.
  2. Pete, the point I'm trying to make is in your post and the way you described. Duty of care and well being.
  3. I too challenged the post that accused the Cronulla Triathlon Club World champions of being less than honourable. As an eyewitness to what the fool was alluding to with regard to insidious behaviour - it seems none of that has an impact these days - opinion becomes their reality, and people are allowed to have 'alternative facts' (Conway, 2017). With regard to the 'history lesson' - we have a mental health thread that people go to for a sanctuary without judgment. I'm disappointed that permission was even allowed by the Moderators so that topic and thread could be published. I know at least one of the Mods knows him personally and should have been more circumspect and disciplined in the first instance.
  4. Well big guy who could quite easily name a few names - fire the gun and allow the people being slandered to respond, or slither away - I have been a member of a Triathlon club 30kms south of Sydney for 35 years and immersed myself in friendships and the day to day vagaries of life with a number of world champions and Kona/ITU winners - watched them live, train, eat, sleep, and win with remarkable talent - and survive relationships, financial struggles, and parenting, just like the rest of us. Would give my right nut to vouch for their work ethic and integrity.
  5. I've been following the other thread and agree with the lament that this forum is not what it used to be in terms of informed and positive content - This encapsulates it - so dunno who you are but you feel it necessary to post a generalised hearsay comment about a chance encounter with a rider whose mate was a member of a Triathlon club and 'he was very definite in his response' about drugs being rampant in a particular club? An Olympic swimmer must be on the gear? Geezuz...I've seen some cowardly posts and pot shots on here before but this takes the cake.
  6. Coach@triathlon

    Wurf watch

    VO2 Max doesnt correlate to performance. I did a treadmill test gas analysis with Welchie once. I measured at 83.7 and Welchie was 76. He could run 2 minutes faster than me over 10k. Deek was tested in the 70s too I think. Indurain was 92 from memory.
  7. watching him run for many years - my observation is that he leaks energy - not marathon efficient physiologically or bio-mechanically - even though he can run very fast over 10k - I cant see him ever riding 4.15 or less at kona and running 2.40 low.
  8. Litmus test- if it adds value to you and your loved ones it’s a good thing. If your shit starts to unravel then seek something else.
  9. Someone remind me to keep my female friends and daughters away from this idiot at the next triathlon.
  10. He has the last rites performed on him 3 times after races. New York twice and Falmouth
  11. Loved Salazar. Hardest dude in marathon running in the 80s.
  12. its a wool derivative but the added concentrated sheep's fat makes it stay on the skin for longer. best mix we could come up with
  13. a handler can re-grease at each landfall. Susie used sheep's fat and landoline.
  14. only 4 experienced pilots can take you across. Roughly 20k a day they charge. fishing vessels covered in nets with rotten fish and the stench of diesel. I was dry wretching before we left Dover harbour. Spewed the whole time. Not pleasant but epic to be immersed in emotionally. Particularly when it gets real tough. Susie got 800 metres off the coast when the tide turned and we lost 2 hours. Tide was running at 2.4 knots and she was swimming at 2.4 knots. Simple maths. She still broke the record. The hypothermia became a real problem in the end. Because all the blood had pooled to her vital organs to keep her alive her limbs and extremities suffered. Her left leg cramped and ended up becoming gangrenous. She still cant walk properly to this day.
  15. That's right. When Susie did the double England, France, England, we landed in Devon
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