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Year of first Tri race?

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  1. Sorry for those that don't like links. I wrote this for the club as the final part of a series of articles on my lead in to the race trying to help convince people that you don't have to be superhuman, dedicated or single-minded to complete an Ironman. The report
  2. Hello all, I haven't been active on this forum for a little while now but always love reading race reports so thought I'd share my experiences from Sunday's IM: IRONMAN AUSTRALIA – RACE REPORT – Scott Connolly (M30-34 AG) This was my 7th iron distance race now, and my first triathlon since doing IMOZ in 2015 so I was low in racing exposure over the past 12-months. My goals for the race, which I kept relatively quiet, were to come between 5th and 10th in my age group and PB in my overall placing for the race (my best result was 70th overall in IMOZ in 2014). I knew coming into this rac
  3. 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
  4. Tossacoin has put together race report from Putrajaya 70.. If you like reading race reports or are keen for some travel tips if you may be heading that way,then this race report has it all. http://transitions.org.au/index.php?a=297
  5. Here is Alex's race report from Japan 70.3, also his first race with his new Caden Wheels. Full Aussie podium looks good. http://transitions.org.au/index.php?a=302
  6. Young pro Alex Reithmeier was pipped out of a podium spot in a sprint finish at IMNZ on the weekend. Check out his race report here. http://transitions.org.au/index.php?a=189 Alex will pop by soon and will post his power data from the race and is keen to answer any questions we may have about his race and pacing. Along with Lachie this is another great opportunity for us to support and be able to ask questions (hopefully sensible ones ) of young athletes trying to live the dream. Enjoy.
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