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Year of first Tri race?

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  1. wombattri

    Busso 2019

    Who’s in for this (besides me)? I have Noosa Tri first, then Busso. My first time in WA. Any advice welcome - humorous or otherwise...
  2. Tall Paul

    IMWA 2017

    Five days out and not a single thread. Where is the love everyone? Heading over for the full distance from QLD on Thursday. Looks like warming up for the weekend. PJ on start list for the Pros Hope everyone feeling in good shape for the IM and 70.3. Cap and visor packed so hope to cross paths with a few trannies over the weekend
  3. Hello all, it's been a long time since I've been an "active member" on the forum but thought I'd post my race report from IMWA for those interested. IRONMAN WESTERN AUSTRALIA – RACE REPORT (M30-34 AG) This was to be my 7th iron distance race but first under the guidance of Alex Price of AP10. There was quite a shift in the way that my training was being done but most notably there was an increase in intensity in almost all elements of my training but primarily my bike. I signed up for Busso after not having the race I wanted to in Port this year and was really keen to have a good, solid r
  4. IRONMAN WESTERN AUSTRALIA – RACE REPORT – Scott Connolly (M25-29 AG) This was my 5th iron distance race now, 2nd in 2014 and a race I was quite confident going into. I went into the race with the same mentality as I did at IMOZ where I just wanted to aim to tick the sessions off without too much thought. As always, the goal was just to be consistent throughout the year and I think I hit a pretty good percentage of sessions my coach, Benny, had prescribed. I did a little hit out 6 weeks before at Huskisson sprint just to get a bit of confidence – I came 11th OA and 2nd the AG so I was happy
  5. Here it is in all its glory. Get started people. http://transitions.org.au/index.php?a=421 Feel free to start a discussion thread for this training program as well. apologies for it being rough, Im in fiji and the internet here seems to run on fiji time
  6. As promised Ruley is giving us a ten week training program called "Ruley Basic Busso" to help us get to the start line and hopefully use the forum to coordinate some company for the longer days. For now we have some dates to pencil into your calendar to save for the LONG days. Check it out HERE
  7. https://www.facebook.com/events/1387780034847294/?sid_reminder=636879637804220416 Anyone know who this clown is? Ripping off not one but two ideas to be completely unoriginal...
  8. Heading over for Busso with a mate and our respective other halves, and looking at the logistics. All the cheap accommodation has long gone, but we've found a house in fairly close, albeit at the appropriate daily rate. Looks like there are limited flights from Perth to Busso, so although we wont need a car for the race weekend, we might have to hire a car and drive down, although four adults, two bikes, and a baby will need decent size car. Any sage advice from Trannies that have been there done that ? Thanks!
  9. So is it better to be first to the end of the jetty hoping they'll only take the slow ones or last, hoping they will have eaten?
  10. Here is the website Last year they had a bus running from Perth and the Airports down to Busso and back. It worked really well and only cost about $75 or there abouts with a bike. The alternative is to hire a car which from looking around will cost about $600 for the 5 days. They will pick up and drop off from anywhere in the Busso area. This year they will be doing the same again. Here is the schedule 2011 Perth to Busselton Coach Time Table (Approx 3.5 hours travel time) Tuesday 29th November 2011 1:00pm Perth City 1:45pm Perth Dom
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