can separate you from your racing rivals. Here's when and how to surge - and leave your competition behind you. Conquer HillsSurging at the bottom of a hill can leave you fatigued before you reach the top. Save your speed for the last third of the hill
Wow i saw this race it was amaizng. I have heard there is a used cars competition in UK and India can you please update the details if u have any. used cars ??????????????
help....i have considered myself a strong swimmer up until May 2011. I have been racing in multisport now for 4 years...a competitive age grouper! Trained hard in the winter months of 2010 through March 2011 preparing myself for 70.3 Gulf coast
components and durable wheels that will stand up to high-mileage training, although you may want to upgrade to lighter wheels for race day.Once you've chosen your speedy steed, you need to fine-tune its setup to work with your body so you can achieve
well into the vets racing and still very competitive
Looking to take part in more "fun" type races. Not particularly competitive.
Want to start getting more competitive in races and test myself more
In The Royal Navy, And looking forward 2 run in more competitive races
Competitive Race Walker and fitness Runner for fun and to increase cardio workouts for walking - to meet with friends
typical guy who runs for fun, competitive at the time but understands when the race is over.
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