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2013-07-02 5:24 AM

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I have a gold membership that does not expire until August 2013. I am training for a 1/2IM that is on 8/18/2013. My training plan and calendar does not contain any information after next week because this is the end of the 20 week 1/2 IM plan, I chose. How do I get the rest of my training plan through my race date? Or is there something else I need to do or purchase? Thanks, Anita

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2013-07-02 9:52 AM
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Did you import a Silver 20 week HIM plan?  Which one was it exactly?  The ending dates seem off as it stopped early (next week).  

Let me know which one it was and I can fix it for you.

2013-07-02 10:34 AM
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Thanks! It was the gold HIM, 20 week.
2013-07-03 7:50 AM
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Okay, so I was going to import the last 5 weeks of my plan into my current calendar to make up for what's missing. When I select the start date of July 14 and the last 5 weeks of my plan, it says my ending date will be 9/19/2013 which is one month past my race date and the end of my gold membership. Somehow it thinks I have my plan information already and is trying to extend it even further. Not sure what to do at this point. Seems like a glitch. Any suggestions? Thanks, Anita
2013-07-03 7:58 AM
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Don't select the 'start' date, select the 'I want this plan to END on' date THEN select the last 5 weeks.

Let me know if that helps or not.

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