Twin Lakes Sprint Triathlon
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Twin Lakes Sprint Triathlon - TriathlonSprint
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I went out kind of hard at first but then settled into a nice rhythm. This definately a "first" race for a lot of people. I passed a bunch of people from the waves that started ahead of me.
What would you do differently?:
Just work on my speed.
Drafting was actually legal in this race so a had a bunch of people drafting off me but the thing that made me feel good was that I left a lot of em in the dust. I felt pretty strong on the bike and hopefully will continue getting stronger. I did miss the last turn to get back into the park where transition was. The volunteer didn't tell me where to go so I just kept going straight to which I hear "you missed the turn" Ok then.....
No hills so that was great. I thought I did better than this but I'm thinking they added in my transition time to the run since they didn't list any transition times seperately.
Had a banana, some water and some Gatorade.
Great little race. And Soooooo convenient. The race started at 6:30 so we were done and on our way home by 9 with the rest of the day ahead of us. Volunteers were great.
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Salt Creek Rural Park District
70F / 21C
Overall Rank = 43/430
Age Group = 35-39
Age Group Rank = 7/45
The race is 3.5 miles from home so we put our stuff in a backpacks and biked down to the course. Visited with some others from Elite Athletic Development who were either there to support or were racing.
The bike ride down was a good warm up and then some stretching