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Year of first Tri race?

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  1. Hey all First time poster, first Sprint at Kurnell on the 24th! I signed up for this Sprint 12 weeks ago and have started swimming, cycling, running. Im from the UK so didnt really do much swimming and now I can just about finish 750m in the pool with a break at each 50m 😕 started swimming at Balmoral between the cones, and can safely get around 600, floating on my back just to catch my breath. 6 days out im starting to get a little nervous and just wanted to ask: - can I mention to the safety staff that its my first time in a race environment just in case something happ
  2. I know this time of year there are quite a few people out at Kurnell doing an open water swim as part of their training sessions. The bay currently has signs posted warning of an algae in the water and warning against contact with it "Harmful algae may be present in this water, contact may cause serious harm to humans and animals" Apparently " it's called trichodesmium algae and is generally non toxic but does cause skin irritation"
  3. So who is in for the "unofficial" world champs this weekend? Im in!!
  4. I was at Kurnell on Sunday and observed something that I found a little bit worrying. I'm not quite sure what the road rules are, and perhaps what I'm about to describe is acceptable but I would be interested to hear some other perspectives. I saw two separate groups on Captain Cook Drive, probably each with 30+ riders, so quite substantial groups. Both groups had a car driving behind, and they weren't shy about taking up the whole lane. At one stage (single lane road + cycle lane) - I was driving home at this point - one of the groups had a car driving half in the cycle lane and h
  5. Well I just received an email from Triathlon NSW general manager Phil Dally and have to say I am impressed. It clearly explains the situation with the rain and how that affects the Kurnell race on the weekend, what TriNSW and National Parks are doing to minimise the impact on everyone involved, and it even outlines what the contingency plan is in case the swim is cancelled because of high levels of polution in the bay. If you haven' received it, here's a copy and paste for your reading pleasure...
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