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How did we all go this year. Yes yes it's not over yet but ffs close enough for me. 

 

Swim - 396.98km

Bike - 6979km

Run - 1263km

 

Happy with that. Although my small ocd has me wanting to round off those figures 🤣🤣👍

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How can you not round off those figures? Swim and bike at least.

 

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1 hour ago, FFF1077 said:

How did we all go this year. Yes yes it's not over yet but ffs close enough for me.

Impressive numbers mate.  Mine, not so impressive even considering that almost 10% of them came from one day and the bulk of the remainder in the ten weeks prior.  I might just try and do something about that pattern in 2019...

Swim - 22.7hrs - 60,100m

Cycle - 91.7hrs - 2004.8km

Run - 58.3hrs - 493.6km

I was going to be adding 6km of running in the between today and tomorrow but I guess I need to make that 6.4 now you've made me look at it.

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My best year yet, with my first Ironman and some solid training in the back of the year as well.

Swim - 163k

Bike - 8006k

Run - 1272

 

still got a few session left this year, looking to bump the run...

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Bit of a nothing year for me:

Swim - 15.6km

Bike - 3,657km

Run - 1,625km (including an unbroken 61 days straight) 

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Swam about 25km

Rode bugger all - probably a couple of hundred km last summer

I don't run but I walk a fair bit (with a touch of jogging) - by Dec 31 I'll be a smidge over 1520km

Approx 40 hours of yoga and 30 hours of rock climbing

Approx 100 hours of touch football

I also built a granny flat and renovated the house so I was a bit short on time :)

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Run: 1013 km, spewing about this as I have probably lost a good couple hundred km of running due to injury in October and not running since (except busso Marra).  Still my best ever running year by a looong way.  I still suck at it though

 Bike: 5293 km, not as much as some but I had a lot of high quality rides in here, planning a couple more rides this year to finish it up for 2018.

swim: 243 km, saw some improvement this year which is great.  I’m still shit at it though.

overall my fitness has improved greatly and I’ve seen improvement in all three disciplines.  Not bad for a fella who has no squad and trains 100% solo

 

 

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Went to round up the swim number but it wasn't added to the overall year's total..? 

Oh well 

 

Fair difference between the Garmin Connect total and the Strava total 😳😳🤣🤣🙄

Screenshot_20181229-153400_Strava.jpg

Screenshot_20181229-153422_Connect.jpg

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Some numbers

2/40 AG and 13/210 overall in a duathlon with fastest overall bike split.

24.40  club10 mile TT  ( podium once)

250 overall place improve the YoY at LCW with faster splits on all 3 days and knocked 51mins off of my marathon time with 4:24

7% overall  place improve and 10% A* place improvement at IM Wales.

Didnt get a 5km pb but had my best one since all the spine ops with a 20.19

90/1200 overall at Winchester 10km with a 42.33

13/190 overall at a 20.5km trail run with a 1:52

PB at Nat TT Circuit Champs by 25secs 28.13 for 11.4 miles

Caught some great waves with Flipper

Have absolutely zero clue about how much I SBR’d

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2018 Mileage

  • 265km Swim
  • 5754km Bike
  • 1203km Run

Last 3 races:

  • Duathlon State Champs,  Age Group Win
  • ITU Worlds, 17th in Age Group (disappointing)
  • 2XU Local Sprint, Age Group Win
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Crap year.

Bike - will end up with a little over 7,000kms once I nail Festive 500

Run - about 560kms. Should have been more but for a poorly timed calf injury.

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18 minutes ago, BogFrog said:

Don't have a d1ck to swing.

T1ts do?

Yes I was wondering what the female equivalent would be. 

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I’m just bloody impressed you actually know how far you’ve been!! Gezzus 

swim = don’t know but throw the arms occasionally 

bike =0km 

run = 0km infact I haven’t tied on a running shoe since January the 14th ish 2017 at the Nowra triathlon 

so I do know some stats😂😂

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I'll have a swing, just for sh!ts and giggles of course.

Swim = 69.93ks

Bike = 2,106ks

Run = 383ks

Many changes coming in 2019.

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Swimming = 477km (I had done 430km by the end of July)

Riding = 12km

Running = 20km (with an average pace of around 10min/km, so not really much running in it).

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Bike - 5920 km

Run 889.8km

Swim 83km

& seems as its  a swing ya dick thread 

1 x Graduated Air Force Recruit Training 

1 x Diploma (almost finished the second) 

1 x Got the sweetest revenge on the bitch at work who gave me a formal warning in 2011 - I established a major improvement activity that highlighted the amount of money her poor management had cost the company. Saved the company over 1 million & highlighted the several million we could have saved over the last 10 years. The exact thing I tried to tell her in 2011 when she gave me a warning for being rude & disrespectful.  She now works for another company. 

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9 minutes ago, Merv said:

 there must be something wrong with me

We've tried to tell you a few times Merv! :D

 

S: 0 (0 swims, longest 0 km)

B: 4705 (247 rides, longest 128 km )

R: 386 (86 runs, longest 16 km )

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46 minutes ago, Merv said:

 dont really care for stats, there must be something wrong with me

I have no idea either.

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2 hours ago, Merv said:

 dont really care for stats, there must be something wrong with me

Would be a pretty boring world if everyone was motivated by the same things

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Swim 215km

bike 8174km

run 876km

ive pretty much just done one thing a day all year.  No ironman training. Never did a ride over 70k. Never ran onver 21k. Never swam over 3k. 

Going to have a crack in 2019. Want to go sub 5 again in a half.  Last did that 8 years ago. 

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Going to have a crack in 2019. Want to go sub 5 again in a half.  Last did that 8 years ago.

Which Half are you planning?

Shepparton?

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2 hours ago, Peter said:

Swim 215km

bike 8174km

run 876km

ive pretty much just done one thing a day all year.  No ironman training. Never did a ride over 70k. Never ran onver 21k. Never swam over 3k. 

Going to have a crack in 2019. Want to go sub 5 again in a half.  Last did that 8 years ago. 

Port in May is sounding fun..? 

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I'm not on strava and don't use a Garmin so apparently, none of my stuff happened! 

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14 minutes ago, Greyman said:

I'm not on strava and don't use a Garmin so apparently, none of my stuff happened! 

It’s really sad that some people actually believe that. I have a Garmin that I wear about 50% of the time for running and never on the treadmill. It doesn’t upload to anywhere other than a private Connect account.

My Zwift stuff doesn’t connect to anywhere other than itself.

Its pretty sad that one of the first things I got asked for was data after a good result this year ( I think at LCW).  Believe or don’t but I’m way past the stage of GAF.

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24 minutes ago, FatPom said:

It’s really sad that some people actually believe that. I have a Garmin that I wear about 50% of the time for running and never on the treadmill. It doesn’t upload to anywhere other than a private Connect account.

The only device I have which records anything is my phone. I turn on Strava when I go for a walk but I have everything set to private so no-one sees it. I don't record swims, rides, footy or anything else.

At the end of the day your body knows what you have and haven't been doing ;)

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55 minutes ago, trinube said:

The only device I have which records anything is my phone. I turn on Strava when I go for a walk but I have everything set to private so no-one sees it. I don't record swims, rides, footy or anything else.

At the end of the day your body knows what you have and haven't been doing ;)

Exactly.

I record stuff in my desk diary. Always have. I find it the easiest way to balance everything in my week. I record some detail of my swim workouts only to avoid overuse injuries. bike and run mainly how many hours or mins of the ride or run. The only time i mention terrain is if I actually manage to ride hills. Where I live is pancake flat and I can string together a 4 hour ride with sweet FA climbing or descending. So if I ride, it's a given that it's flat. What does get mentioned is the wind ( speed and direction) and temp. Anything more detailed than that and it becomes a chore to do it. 

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Swam - 309k  (longest 11k)

Rode - 2031k  (longest 75k) 

Ran - 713k  (longest 32k)

About 20% less across all 3 disciplines than last year but l did loose almost 3 months of running and riding to a knee prob and 2 months of swimming to a recurring shoulder prob. Only managed 3 sprint Tri's , 2 half marathons and a few 5k OW swim races but I did swim the Maggie to Townsville 8k plus my 1st 10k open water event.

2019 goal....... get and stay injury free

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On 30/12/2018 at 10:30 AM, Merv said:

 dont really care for stats, there must be something wrong with me

Stats don't mean much - it's results that matter 😎

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Swim=58km,Ride=4,107km,Run=423km.Expect similar distances for 2019.

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I rode 10,002km, swam 500km and ran 702km

It's a good year when I run further than I swim, doesn't always work out like that

Happy New Year everyone

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2 hours ago, AP said:

Stats don't mean much - it's results that matter 😎

Tell us how you won in Kona this year?  Oh that’s right. 

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29 minutes ago, Peter said:

Tell us how you won in Kona this year?  Oh that’s right. 

Still pretty happy with 3rd - I couldn't tell you how many kms I swam (probably not enough) - I rode six times for lots of weeks - I only run twice a week - I've never run more than 70km in any week in my life  and I'm still in the game 

I've had a very successful year without measuring anything - I usually train for time and frequency rather than distance 😎 I used to measure everything but gave that away a long time ago  

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4 minutes ago, AP said:

 

😎I used to measure everything but gave that away a long time ago  

Because you kept measuring less than the Germans?

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35 minutes ago, AP said:

I used to measure everything but gave that away a long time ago  

Does it shrink with age?

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1 hour ago, trinube said:

Does it shrink with age?

There’s this scene in Harold and Kumar where they’re in the watch-house and a fellow inmate comments on how measuring his appendage makes him feel happy, despite suffering other disadvantages...

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4 hours ago, AP said:

Stats don't mean much - it's results that matter 😎

For some the stats are the results! 

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1 hour ago, dazaau said:

For some the stats are the results! 

Exactly,  starting to think my goal for 2019 will be to ride 10,000km  

“Metrics. If you can measure it, u can’t improve it” 

 

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13 minutes ago, Shuffla said:

Why do people who don’t care about stats post in threads about stats? 🧐

Because they know everything & won’t listen to others.  Reminds me of Trump & Mundine.

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For me

swim  64km (60km of that in the build up to IMAUS, other 4km in lead up to Nepean) (2017 74km)

cycle  6120km (2017 6066km)

run  952km (2017 1119km)

As this was my 50th year, i wanted to achieve an IM finish (did IMAUS in 13hr 40min), sub 4hr marathon (3:58 at Sydney), faster 1/2 marathon than my son (mine 1.48 v's his 1.58)

Got the records and results

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46 minutes ago, Shuffla said:

Why do people who don’t care about stats post in threads about stats? 🧐

Because there is more than one  set of numbers (which is what the OP asked for).  People remember where they came and how they improved (or not).  Accumulated totals tell  you little.

You could simplify it and say 'On a scale of 1-10, how happy overall were you with your racing and training year? That's a number that has meaning.

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Swim: 259.5 km

Bike: 4,108.5 km

Run: 2,650.5 km

Biggest year of running ever and overall enjoyed that.  Not quite a balanced triathlete 😄

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2 hours ago, Shuffla said:

Why do people who don’t care about stats post in threads about stats? 🧐

I just read it as an advert. 

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