Dry Triathlon

What er your thoughts on this race format?

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12/09/2003 at 10:58
We have a civil service dry triathlon in october and recently had some info from the organiser on the race format. It doesn't seem right to me to have equal time-weighting on both the row, x-bike and treadmill. But maybe that's just me. Wondered what you thought. This is what was said:

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Thank you for your email. Please find the information about Dry Triathlon Competition:

1. There will be an individual men's & women's event.
2. The dry triathlon will consist of 3 pieces of equipment. A Concept 2 rowing machines, a treadmill & an upright bike.
3. You will use the rowing machine for 5 minutes have a break for 5 minutes, use the treadmill for 5 minutes & then have a break for 5 minutes & finally use the upright bike for 5 minutes.
4. All machinery will be identical. The Concept II resistance level will be set at 5. Upright Bike and treadmill programmes to use will be manual.
5. The winner of both the men's & women's event will be the person who has covered the longest distance in the 15 minutes on the equipment.
Please do not hesitate to contact me, if you have any further queries.


WildWill    pirate
12/09/2003 at 11:05
5mins rest in between and only 15mins - very "Big Softy"
cougie    pirate
12/09/2003 at 11:07
Daz I guess it's more of a thing designed to get as many peeps involved as possible, so its not gonna be as hard as your real world Tris.

Sounds fun though.
12/09/2003 at 11:15
yes im looking forward to it, dont get me wrong. def a weird format. but i like to whinge with the organiser...
12/09/2003 at 11:25
I think it sounds rather splendid. If everything's fixed very firmly to the ground, even *I* could do that!
12/09/2003 at 11:26
though I take issue with being called a softy. I'm tuff, I am. Grrrr. Pffft!
12/09/2003 at 11:33
i wouldnt call dwain chambers a softy for only running for 10secs!!!!
12/09/2003 at 11:35
heh. Now THERE's a pair of thighs that's bigger than even MY waist!
cougie    pirate
12/09/2003 at 11:40
JJ - stop picking on Daz. He's just big boned !

;-)
12/09/2003 at 11:55
sounds extremely painful...

3x5mins anaerobic interval session on diff machines

ouch
12/09/2003 at 12:05
*lol* Cougs


{Jj checks to see if her waist is bigger than Daz and Cougie's entire bodies combined]
cougie    pirate
12/09/2003 at 12:13
Hey - stop combining us ! No 'PGI' here thankyouverymuch.
12/09/2003 at 12:42
[Jj tries to look wordly and sophisticated, failing somewhat]


PGI?


Monique    pirate
12/09/2003 at 13:01
This sounds good I might have a go at this in the gym next week to see how far I get- OK OK I know I'll be exactly where I started but ...
12/09/2003 at 13:14
Daz, is this for civil servants only? Is it organised through CSSC? Any entry forms & all that?
12/09/2003 at 13:18
yeh you have to be a member of cssc. are you gavo?
the winners get to compete in the finals in barbados!
12/09/2003 at 13:20
on a separate note, does anyone know where i can buy a triathlete girlfriend? is there a shop? ive been saving up.

daz (had a sheltered life)
cougie    pirate
12/09/2003 at 13:41
Daz - please tell JJ what PGI means in Tri Language.

Hmmm - buy a Triathlon girlfriend.

You could come to Chester Tri next year where they run a ladies only event ? Odds stacked in your favour there I think.
WildWill    pirate
12/09/2003 at 13:53
You could place a small add in 220 ....

... While your on ask for 2

:o))
12/09/2003 at 14:00
Ebay, boys?
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