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Year of first Tri race?

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  1. Sydney is a week away from the old blue line marathon.. who's in this year?? I'm start venue manager again so I guess I'll see you all fresh and ready to rock and roll! I"ll be the least like to look like a runner guy wearing around three radios!
  2. swimbikerunblogger

    5 Ironman in 5 continents by the age of 50

    Good morning to all the triathlete or future ones :). My name is Marco, I am new to the forum turning 47 in few months and I have a dream, finishing 5 Ironman in 5 continents by the age of 50. I do consider myself as an average normal guy but with a huge passion for triathlon. I will attend my first Ironman next year in Italy (Ironman Emilia-Romagna), anybody did it or is planning to do it? Other reason of this thread is to connect with triathlete that share the same passion and maybe have the chance to train with some of them. I am living in Krakow (Poland), so if you are in the area please drop a line and meet for some good training :).
  3. Ex-Hasbeen

    Consistency across the 3 legs

    A couple of posts recently got me to thinking about consistency across the 3 main components of a triathlon. It's no good being the fastest swimmer & rider, if you run 10km in 70 minutes, and likewise a fast swimmer and runner if you ride like my grandmother. I was always happy that my 3 legs were fairly consistent. I'm probably a little slow on the bike compared to the other 2, but don't really have a shocker in any. An example would be my last HIM. AG placings were 14th swim, 10th bike, 5th run. I'm happy the swim, as I probably averaged 2 swims a week for 3 months, and nothing for years before that. I looked at my AG results, and in the top 10 total of the AG, 6 were top 10 swim (worst was 38th), 6 were top 10 bike (worst was 17th), and 6 were top 10 run (worst was 16th). Most telling was of the top 5, 6th was the worst run place. Maybe that saying "ride for show, run for doe" really is true. Who else is "consistent", and who has wildly fluctuating level across the 3?
  4. pieman

    hervey bay

    About to spend a week in HB and wanting the good oil on where to run and swim (trying to do both every day) and also where to get coffee etc, I have found the aquatic centre and looks good. What is the OWS like at moment? I am staying on Esplanade pretty central I believe. Cheers
  5. Australian Quadrathlon Championships 3km Swim, 20km Run, 80km Bike, 26km Paddle. (Murray Quad - Yarrawonga to Tocumwal) Is anyone else silly enough to be doing this event, or am I the only one??? Just wondering what the course is like... Is the swim likely to be over 14 degrees? Is the run course likely to be muddy? Is the bike road surface good? Is there a rescue squad in that area? Not that it really matters, I'll be flat out even getting to the start line!
  6. January 12th 2014 Two Bays Trail Run DISTANCES: 28km & 56km TIME: 7am for 28km 7:10am for 56km WEBSITE: www.twobaystrailrun.com LOCATION: Dromana/Cape Schanck, Mornington Peninsula Who'dathunkit? 2014 brings up the 10th Two Bays Trail Run. (Or the fourth official one with all permits). Great holiday vibe and excellent course between Dromana on the Port Phillip Bay side and Cape Schanck on the Bass Strait side. That's a 28km crossing (or 56km double crossing) of the Mornington Peninsula… and not at the skinny bit! A little hill followed by bushland, rural and coastal views, topped off by enthusiastic helpers and the best course marking in the trail running universe. Entries probably open on July 12th... but don't hold us to that.
  7. iFoz

    Training options in Jakarta

    Any of our expat Trannies got experience of tri clubs and/or places to train in Jakarta? Google isn't returning many valuable hits. I'll be working there for the next 4 weeks, in the Kemang, Blok M suburbs. I need to make sure my apparently already unworthy state (read qualifying for Vegas thread) doesn't deteriorate too much. : )
  8. The Gatorade Triathlon Triple Crown SuperSprint has introduced a new challenge for competitors this season. All you have to do is race and finish in the Sprint, Olympic and Long Course events in the Gatorade Series. All competitors who finish all three races will be awarded a “ Gatorade Triathlon Triple Crown” t-shirt by 2XU on stage at the Portarlington Long Course presentations. To be eligible competitors must enter the final race at Portarlington by Friday 15 February and finish at the following events: Race 3 Elwood – Sprint 500/20/5 13 January – Victoria’s most favoured sprint race in 2011/12 Race 4 Sandringham – Olympic 1500/40/10 3 February- Victoria’s most popular Olympic distance event Race 5 Portarlington – Long Course 2000/80/20 17 March – One of Australia’s best triathlon courses and longest running event in Victoria. If a competitor has entered the Series already but did not upgrade to the Portarlington Long Course and now wishes to take up the Gatorade Triple Crown challenge please contact SuperSprint on 9595 3000. We look forward to providing competitors with an extra challenge and goal for the season.
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