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2014-05-26 7:38 AM
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woot woot well done Ann !!!!


2014-05-27 3:53 AM
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Good morning all, I am looking to the future.
I was wondering about how long I should wait before thinking about a full on ironman.
Should I finish this year add a 70.3 next year then go for it in 2016 ???
2014-05-27 6:52 AM
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Originally posted by Jynxy Good morning all, I am looking to the future. I was wondering about how long I should wait before thinking about a full on ironman. Should I finish this year add a 70.3 next year then go for it in 2016 ???

Can you train consistently 10-16 hours per week (and that means without injury)?  If so, then sign up for an Ironman if that is your desire/  There is no reason you have to progress from a sprint to an Olympic to a half-Ironman before attempting an Ironman.  Each is a different race, and each person has different motivation for doing a race.  

2014-06-22 8:37 AM
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well we did it a very hot 10km on lumpy seawall.

I did 51.58 and my wife finished in 1.08.51

an excellent days racing
2014-06-23 9:02 AM
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Very good Joe!  

2014-08-18 9:38 AM
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HEY ALL!

I know that like many I've fallen off the grid and had even stopped posting my daily/weekly training sessions. I just wanted to say congrats to all that were able to complete their first Tri! What an accomplishment!!

Here's my own report & breakdown!

HUGE thanks to McFuzz that told me about the off-road Tri! it was great fun and a heck of a challenge!!

http://beginnertriathlete.com/discussion/forums/thread-view.asp?tid...


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