A Husbands Point of View

author : IManTagalong
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photoThis is an article about my experience as a husband of a triathlete, while she trained for the Orangeman Triathlon

My Source of Inspiration

author : dantheman1123
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photoMy first triathlon was at age 56. At first I was just the cameraman at my daughter's first triathlon, then I am doing the races that she has done.

First Triathlon at 52

author : Dr. Dolittle
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photoThis was it, my first triathlon and it was starting with my favorite activity of the three. But I soon pulled my shoulder muscle during the first 100 meters of the 1000 meter swim!

My first tri at 57: Exceeding Expectations

author : Pnlop
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photoFirst race went better than expected!

Reflections on my First Tri

author : etra77
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photoAunt and Nephew do their first Sprint Triathlon together

Nation's Tri - My First Triathlon

author : hoffsquared
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photoBattling nervousness and limited training for a surprisingly good finish

They don't give medals for not puking

author : MikeyT1298
comments : 6
photoFirst time triathlete conquers swim struggle and finishes at the front of the pack

First Triathlon at Age 67

author : wendybird
comments : 9
photoNo shame in being last

My Year to Tri

author : SrhJarvis
comments : 9
photoHow triathlon helped me become the person I wanted to be

A Perfect First Tri: Port Dickson International Triathlon Sprint 2011

author : gracetaBitha
comments : 2
photoWhat could've gone wrong did not go wrong. Everything that couldn't go right, went right. Result: The most wonderful, perfect, first triathlon for yours truly.

13-year-old girl's first Olympic triathlon

author : Mandoline
comments : 6
photoThe epic adventure of my first Olympic Tri at 13 years old.

My First Sprint Triathlon at 50

author : Gina60
comments : 16
photoI can't run a seven-minute mile anymore, but that doesn't take away from the joy of finishing

My first triathlon - DNF, well I did.

author : jobaxas
comments : 5
photoI walk over to get my timing chip removed – uh oh, it’s not there! The moral of checking that your timing band is attached firmly.

She Who Tri'd

author : Trmlo
comments : 10
photoAt 66 years old, I completed my first sprint triathlon!

Tri'n for 25 Years

author : FlashBang
comments : 1
photoFeeling confident and cocky, after finally losing some weight, I got off my back side and into triathlon.
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