My Tri ProfileAge.... 28I have been running for... 3 yearsStrengths... Lots of grit - like to mix it up - have discovered I love cyclingWeaknesses... Sometimes find my life gets in the way of my training and mmmmm chocolateIronman experience... Have seen one on TVPB's10K - 46.23H...
Enjoy running? Like overseas travel? Like the company of other runners? Think you might be able to tolerate the company of RW staff members on their best behaviour for a few days or more...?Great! Runner's World has been enjoying your company on foreign training and racing trips ...
Breathtaking views at last year's Swiss raceFind out more...SWITZERLAND: SHARING THEIR TRAININGAndyCarleyBarley Cartman (first timer)Cougie (first timer) --• Buckers• The Count--• DD (first timer) •Garr (first timer)• Imp (first timer)• Iron
and almost all compared training notes on the forums – swapping tips and handing out encouragment. We heard from the Pirates as they warmed up at a half-distance race at Bala, Wales, then we joined them in Switzerland for the big weekend.There, they began
'll publish our favourites on the website. Email your pics to firstname.lastname@example.orgLauterbrunnen Valley, Switzerland (February 2013)Thames Path, London (January 2013)Three Cliffs Bay, Gower Peninsula, South Wales (December 2012)Borrowdale Valley, Lake
Stephen BaylissAge 31Trains Switzerland2008 was a great year for Stephen Bayliss. He won Ironman UK and Ironman South Africa, and placed 18th at the World Champs. He races for Team TBB, as does his wife, Bella. They were both second in this year
In summer 2004, more than 20 forum members pledged to take on Ironman Switzerland in July 2005 - that's a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile cycle and 26.2-mile run. Many of them - including Jellybabe - were complete triathlon newbies at the time... Here
for your list. Its a shoe thats more neutral than Switzerland not heavy, not light; not stiff, not springy; not soft, not firm; not reinforced, not unstable. Just reliably ordinary which can be a good thing. The 878 definitely prioritises comfort over
With the departure of the forum tri team Pirate Ship of Fools to compete in Ironman Switzerland in seven weeks time, a significant number of the scurvy gang decided to meet in North Wales for the Bala Middle Distance triathlon. Although not quite
.5-8.5, widths B and DPros Better forefoot flexibility; familiar package that will appeal to 876 loyalistsCons NoneEvaluation If you’re looking for a straightforward cushioning shoe, the 878 is one for your list. It’s a shoe that’s more neutral than Switzerland
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