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2010-06-04 6:38 PM

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Subject: Memorial Hermann Bridgeland Triathlon : Official Thread

well, since i'm bitter about not racing this weekend at tejas or in a few weeks up at buffalo springs, mainly because i'm to lazy to train for either, i went ahead and registered for bridgelands today.  was in lukes locker this afternoon and nick said it was almost sold out, 90% full or something like that. 

 great race.  hopefully i'll be a little faster this year.   AND hopefully the rd will ice the beer down this year!!!   ;-)



Edited by fattyfatfat 2010-06-04 6:48 PM


2010-06-04 11:18 PM
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I'm in, just need to work on my gator-stroke for the swim.
2010-06-05 12:11 PM
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I want to race it bad, but we are expecting a new baby towards the end of August.  My wife is SOOOO selfish she thinks I should be at home rather than racing. 
2010-06-05 12:12 PM
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I am in it.

@ Patrick, Bridgeland is at the beginning of August and is not far from you.

2010-06-05 12:26 PM
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I'm in it... gotta make sure someone is there to beat Ritter at least.
2010-06-05 12:48 PM
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smilford - 2010-06-05 12:26 PM I'm in it... gotta make sure someone is there to beat Ritter at least.


thats another reason i signed up.  and yes patrick, she does need to get her prioritizes straight.


Edited by fattyfatfat 2010-06-05 12:49 PM


2010-06-05 1:21 PM
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I am glad Aaron has shortened the swim up for us.
2010-06-05 1:52 PM
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I'm not and I'm not happy about the 3.5 mile run. How about 800 swim, and 3 mile run?
2010-06-05 2:06 PM
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TriPatrick - 2010-06-05 12:11 PMI want to race it bad, but we are expecting a new baby towards the end of August.  My wife is SOOOO selfish she thinks I should be at home rather than racing. 


First babies tend to be late.
First labors average 18+ hours.
You will only be gone a short time & you will be close to home.
Train hard and your time will be shorter than the average errand.
She can hang out in the Bridgelands pool until you get back, water = pregnant woman's friend.


Edited by KeriKadi 2010-06-05 2:09 PM
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The husband and I will both be there, looking forward to it.



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In it to win it! Or, come in last. Or, somewhere in between.


2010-06-05 2:29 PM
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I thought it was later in the month. 

Maybe the wonderful RD will give me up to a week in advance of transferring to next years race if the baby arrives early instead of 3 weeks as the website indicates.  Aaron?

2010-06-05 2:41 PM
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I'm in, missed it last year, sounds like a good venue;will be volunteering at Tejas tomorrow. Looking forward to it.
2010-06-05 2:52 PM
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fattyfatfat - 2010-06-04 6:38 PM

well, since i'm bitter about not racing this weekend at tejas or in a few weeks up at buffalo springs, mainly because i'm to lazy to train for either, i went ahead and registered for bridgelands today.  was in lukes locker this afternoon and nick said it was almost sold out, 90% full or something like that. 

 great race.  hopefully i'll be a little faster this year.   AND hopefully the rd will ice the beer down this year!!!   ;-)

Hmmm....  I may have to sign up and make the trip down to hang with my BT Houston peeps....  Gotta look at a calendar (pretty quick too, from the sound of it...)

2010-06-05 6:00 PM
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smilford - 2010-06-05 12:26 PM I'm in it... gotta make sure someone is there to beat Ritter at least.


And I'm in too. Someone has to beat you as well.  HA!!
2010-06-05 8:32 PM
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2010-06-05 9:25 PM
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ashort33 - 2010-06-05 2:52 PM

Hmmm....  I may have to sign up and make the trip down to hang with my BT Houston peeps....  Gotta look at a calendar (pretty quick too, from the sound of it...)



Do it Andy!  You know you want to Smile  We can run in together.
2010-06-05 9:33 PM
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KeriKadi - 2010-06-05 9:25 PM
ashort33 - 2010-06-05 2:52 PM

Hmmm....  I may have to sign up and make the trip down to hang with my BT Houston peeps....  Gotta look at a calendar (pretty quick too, from the sound of it...)



Do it Andy!  You know you want to Smile  We can run in together.

I plan on being faster this time - hope you can keep up  :P 

2010-06-05 9:41 PM
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KeriKadi - 2010-06-05 2:06 PM
TriPatrick - 2010-06-05 12:11 PMI want to race it bad, but we are expecting a new baby towards the end of August.  My wife is SOOOO selfish she thinks I should be at home rather than racing. 


First babies tend to be late.
First labors average 18+ hours.
You will only be gone a short time & you will be close to home.
Train hard and your time will be shorter than the average errand.
She can hang out in the Bridgelands pool until you get back, water = pregnant woman's friend.


This is the second baby and the first was 3 weeks early. Maybe the next one will be on time (please so my flex spending can recharge).

I am in just because fatty said beer
2010-06-05 10:29 PM
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I'm registered! Trying to talk my husband into registering too before it fills up (would be his first).

Feels like its going to be a long wait til August, I don't think I will be able to get in another race between now and then.
2010-06-06 4:03 PM
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ashort33 - 2010-06-05 9:33 PM

KeriKadi - 2010-06-05 9:25 PM
ashort33 - 2010-06-05 2:52 PM

Hmmm....  I may have to sign up and make the trip down to hang with my BT Houston peeps....  Gotta look at a calendar (pretty quick too, from the sound of it...)



Do it Andy!  You know you want to Smile  We can run in together.

I plan on being faster this time - hope you can keep up  :P 



 I just might have to sabotage with some sort of donut distraction.
Aaron told me he might consider letting the ladies go first at Bridgeland, right Aaron?  So maybe we'll be finishing together afterall.


2010-06-06 4:04 PM
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TriPatrick - 2010-06-05 9:41 PM
KeriKadi - 2010-06-05 2:06 PM
TriPatrick - 2010-06-05 12:11 PMI want to race it bad, but we are expecting a new baby towards the end of August.  My wife is SOOOO selfish she thinks I should be at home rather than racing. 


First babies tend to be late.
First labors average 18+ hours.
You will only be gone a short time & you will be close to home.
Train hard and your time will be shorter than the average errand.
She can hang out in the Bridgelands pool until you get back, water = pregnant woman's friend.


This is the second baby and the first was 3 weeks early. Maybe the next one will be on time (please so my flex spending can recharge).

I am in just because fatty said beer


All bets are off then - LOL - we will have to send ~baby stay in vibes~


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2010-06-06 4:26 PM
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KeriKadi - 2010-06-06 4:03 PM
ashort33 - 2010-06-05 9:33 PM

KeriKadi - 2010-06-05 9:25 PM
ashort33 - 2010-06-05 2:52 PM

Hmmm....  I may have to sign up and make the trip down to hang with my BT Houston peeps....  Gotta look at a calendar (pretty quick too, from the sound of it...)



Do it Andy!  You know you want to Smile  We can run in together.

I plan on being faster this time - hope you can keep up  :P 



 I just might have to sabotage with some sort of donut distraction.
Aaron told me he might consider letting the ladies go first at Bridgeland, right Aaron?  So maybe we'll be finishing together afterall.

Signed up this morning!  Their website said 94% full...  so I pulled the trigger!

2010-06-06 4:28 PM
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Good to hear!  Look forward to seeing you there.
2010-06-06 7:28 PM
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