Beginner Triathlete - My First Triathlon articles

author : steve
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avatarI started the process with clippers on my chest. Halfway through the process I realized that this shaving plan was probably not the brightest idea I have ever had in my life.
author : steve
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avatar So after about 10,000 emails, dozens of phone calls, and one pre-race pasta dinner, the 1st meeting of the Steve's in a triathlon finally arrived.
author : Ron
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avatarThe only worry I had going into it was the swim...I couldn't touch the bottom and there weren't any lines to follow.
author : Team BT
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photoThe start of the race I had the jitters. I was watching the other age groups start as they seeded the swim with over 1000 participants.
author : Team BT
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photoThis is my story and I closed it with something that came from my heart. I hope it encourages anybody to help to make the decision of participating in a triathlon.
author : Team BT
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photoSeveral years ago, I got the urge to do a triathlon. When my second pregnancy occurred almost immediately following the first, I mentioned to my sister-in-law that I would never get around to.
author : Team BT
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photoOut of this frustration, the first annual Denver Community College Triathlon was born. It was open to all employees of the campus, with a 30 dollar entrance fee for the campus scholarship fund.
author : Team BT
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avatarThe question was “Can you Train for a Triathlon and do Atkins at the same time?” YES! YOU CAN!!!
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photoJames G. Lewis's First Triathlon Race
author : surfking
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avatarOn August 31 I officially became a triathlete. With a big day ahead of me I went to bed early the night before. I woke up at 4:45 am. I was full of energy and ready to go!
author : Team BT
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photoWe did really well with the beers, which will explain my reluctance to get out of bed on Saturday morning.
author : Team BT
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photoGo, go, go! All nerves gone with breath when I hit the water.
author : tmwelshy
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photoIn February of 2004 I was a 270 pound 34 year old. I had the body of an out-of-shape, degenerate lineman. I was strong and muscular, but with a healthy dose of jiggle and even, dare I say it, wiggle.
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