Another Ironman journey
good work SD, I look forward to the day I can manage 37 miles on the bike and still smile
65 planned for the weekend. That will be the last long ride before the Norwich 100 on the 27th.
OWS plans scuppered for tomorrow evening, boss has booked in a late meeting.
Good work SD
Good work SD, and great news on the front crawl... it's a painful process that's for sure!
Am I a freak? I can only swim crawl. Couldn't do breaststroke to save myself.
at 6'3" and 20 stone doing triathlon.... errr yes you're a freak!
I can do both but not having swum much (competitively speaking) since school, which of course wasn't that long ago really, it's been a bit of journey back on front crawl. My BS was always my strongest stroke and pretty much still is.
I was happy with the 1200m in 27 mins today though, there's hope yet! unfortunately there's no pool sides in OW which is the bit which constantly worries me
SausageDog wrote (see)
Quite ironic i became a diving instructor.
Thats the good thing about diving, it helps you sink if your a bad swimmer
Gastank, when I did my first (and only, to date) OW event I found the lack of pool sides to be a good thing. You get into a rhythm and just keep going, rather than having the interruption of turning evey 25m.
One day I will master tumble turns and the whole pool swim will be fluid and unbroken.
Right after I dream the winning euromillions numbers, and Sean Bean agrees to elope with me.
2 hour bike tomorrow, and 1 hour run on Sunday.
Might move the run to Monday because I HAVE to go to the pub a Sat evening to watch the Heinikan cup final and its my friends last weekend that he will be allowed out (he's getting married next weekend) and I hate running hungover
Hubby away all weekend so I am sole childminder, which means turbo-ing Sat & Sun nights
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