Beginner Triathlete - EPIC Race Reports articles

author : glyssellee
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avatarMy race report is different. My motivating factors go back seven years. I have lived in denial for seven years. Depression. I registered for Ironman Texas even though I felt like a complete failure.
author : Tinamarie
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photoMother Nature continued to sing loud here in Cozumel, reminding us who was boss. This morning was no different, the wind howled in our ears, stung our eyes and the ocean slapped the shore with vigor.
author : khledon
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photoAfter eight long months of training, I’ve finally completed my first ever triathlon and it just so happened to be one of the biggest and toughest events known to the triathlon community, Ironman.
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photoMy lungs were burning and my legs were hurting but I had the biggest smile on my face as I ran on the red carpet and received my Ironman 70.3 medal.
author : jason.taylor
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photoAn age-grouper's journey of training for and completing his first Ironman
author : packetron
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photoMy personal experience to complete the Ironman 70.3
author : mikeinlaguna
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photoI was in the moment, living a dream and on top of the whole world! Honestly, I wish everyone could experience that feeling because it truly cannot be described.
author : alicefoeller
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photoA middle-of-the-pack triathlete takes on the iron distance for the first time at Rev3's inaugural full distance race
author : Team BT
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photoI cried the morning of the race when the "Star Spangled Banner" played, but I wasn't alone. IRONMAN is electric!!
author : Team BT
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avatarPain shows us how strong we are. After last weekend I am convinced of this. After 151 training hours of swimming, biking, and running, I flew to Sonoma County, California for the race.
author : adumey
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photoI am not tough. I cried during the Lion King stampede, during Armageddon when Liv Tyler collapsed on the TV as her dad wished her farewell and, most embarrassingly, E.T.
author : Snoball
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photoCalifornia 1/2 Ironman: The run was my biggest fear. Prior to training, I had never run more than two miles at any given time.
author : Team BT
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photoHere's my race report: I started swimming in the first wave. End of race report. Now for the gory details.
author : IRONVIKING
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photoWhen the air horn went off, I did my best to simulate laps in the pool, but that dang panic came over me again, causing me to breaststroke until I could calm my breathing.
author : vm354
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photoHow Pilates training helped a wanna-be triathlete realize the goal of completing a half-Ironman, Ironman 70.3 Rhode Island.
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