James did you manage to get a cycle ride in today?
I did your Wednesday interval session this evening, good fun but a little tough in the headwind at times so time was a little slower and averaged about 4.42 mins per 1000m - swim session and recovery run planned for tomorrow evening.
I have very similar times to your PB's so will be following this thread with interest. I too am now into tri's following getting a stress fracture earlier this year whilst training for Chester Marathon which basically forced me into alternatives whilst I wasn't able to run.
I am currently following P&D 55mpw but am feeling that it is not quite manageable with my swimming and cycling as well, as already feeling shattered so may swap plans.
Good luck with it, and stick to the paces recommended as this was my downfall and cause of injury - trying to build endurance at too fast a pace!!
edited to say I have no idea why my smiley face still has a santa hat on!
Recovery (more like crazed) run of 3 miles done in horizontal rain mixed with hail and gale force winds. Saw no other runners out there today, can't think why!
Rachel intrigued, what you doing on the telly?
DT19 hope you get some answers for your injury, however have to warn you that stress fractures rarely show up on X-Ray unless the injury was over 10-14 days ago and there would be some evidence of bone changes. Physio will hopefully get you back out there.