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  1. Nepean - 8th Maitland Tri - 1st Batemans Bay in Feb Big Husky in March ? Port in May Cairns in June
    2 points
  2. Nowhere to hide. You get out of aero and you’re gone. Nine course is perfectly suited to sanders, and a 20 meter draft zone (including distance cones set up around the course) should mean a genuine bike TT with no drafting for the first time in a long time. The course is simple, but makes for a simple TV telecast as well. NASCAR just goes around in circles, but the tv and commentary make it a good spectacle. the run leg was great last year, as they had the bike literally beside the 2 leaders watching the full battle. You shouldn’t miss any of the action.
    2 points
  3. His actual comment was on any given day you should be able to swim for 1hr, ride for 100ks or 4hrs and run 20ks or 2hrs.
    2 points
  4. I typically switch to a running focus in the off-season. Unlike cycling, not as miserable to do in bad weather. 5 to 6 hours is big running week for me, but mentally much easier than the 10 to 15 hours of Triathlon training. So I get that mental break, but maintain decent fitness.
    1 point
  5. The live stream should be good. Daytona is a major event on the NASCAR circuit and the track is completely plumbed for TV coverage. With a crew that knows what it's doing – any crew that works NASCAR will – this could be the best telecast of actual triathlon racing ever. The entire race happens inside what is, in effect, a giant TV studio. Even at Kona, camera coverage on the course is pitifully thin. The crew has to guess which athletes might be in contention or doing something interesting, and then find them. At Daytona, they can have cameras on everybody all the time. Just flip a switc
    1 point
  6. Well of course they did. No surprises there. All the mainland states that partially or completely closed their borders are all Labor states (Tasmania being the exception) And just to burst your bubble - Making "political decisions" is what politicians do....all the time. They make political decisions to provide the best advantage to themselves and their backers and the least advantage to their opposition. Taking this situation as an example...Its in Scott Morrisons and the Federal Liberal Partys best interest to get the borders open because (from memory) he has an Federal
    1 point
  7. I was just trying to put the comment into perspective. Would be relevant if you were doing 2 Ironman events every year (like AP did). But I don't think the advice works universally. There are numerous athletes in my club that love maintaining a high level of training all year (and some of them never do Ironman). Plenty of others (like me) that need a break (physically and mentally).
    1 point
  8. The Feds have come out and said there has been no medical advice provided to any State that their borders need to be shut to manage this. In fact it’s the opposite providing your management systems are up to speed. Why do the States keep misleading everyone and just say it as it is - political decisions are driving their responses.
    1 point
  9. It's the field that has me excited, such a stellar lineup. They could be racing around a carpark and I'd still be excited with the athletes they have racing. Concerning the course; it may be limiting in it's variety, but it may bring us great coverage of a variety of athletes in various placings instead of just concentrating on the leaders, since it's in an enclosed area.
    1 point
  10. I think you should go with no.7 and just say you got a bit lost.
    1 point
  11. March - Mooloolaba OD May - Port Mac 70.3 June - Cairns IM Sep - Sunshine Coast 70.3 Nov - Noosa tri All events and accom are locked in. I went with Cairns full IM because I’m a Qlder and it’s the least riskiest option for me. Hawaii 70.3, which was meant to be this year, has been punted to 2022.
    1 point
  12. I can't wait for it too, it's gonna be freakin' awesome!
    1 point
  13. First run since Thurs. 6km, 28.29 at 4.44 pace then 4km run with Little One, 29.16 then That was annoying. Nobody turned up to my club ride, which was an hour on Tempus Fugit. So I drilled it on my own for 30mins, I think it was close to 19kms. Then I clicked ‘quit event’ and as soon as I did, it said I had no internet connect but I did because I checked my other sites and my wifi signal was green. Absolutely no internet issue. Anyway, it took me about 5 mins to exit the game and nothing has saved. Good workout though!
    1 point
  14. Hervey Bay Hundy - this Sunday Bribie Island Tri - Sprint 28th Nov Hell of the West - early Feb 2021 Cycling around Tasmania in March Port IM - May Carins IM - June
    1 point
  15. As someone who has been doing the sport since 1994. the advice above is spot on. close the thread
    1 point
  16. Who can actually afford one? $20k for the top end without a disc rear wheel... only 2 year warranty No store support I think Canyon have created something great for the pro's but not sure how many are going to spend these prices
    0 points
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