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2011-05-21 3:32 PM
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# 2203 see you guys out there.


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2011-05-21 3:43 PM
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Everyone, race well

2011-05-21 4:04 PM
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1247, a very auspicious number. Sleep tight all!
2011-05-21 5:15 PM
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eyeofthetiger2007 - 2011-05-21 5:04 PM1247, a very auspicious number. Sleep tight all!
I'm just down the aisle from you... 1228!
2011-05-21 5:42 PM
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Good luck MD peeps!!!

Well, and Fred D. too because you're a Penn Stater.



2011-05-21 6:50 PM
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HillSlugger - 2011-05-21 4:43 PM

#394

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#393 - so definitely plan to see you tomorrow!

2011-05-21 6:55 PM
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I can't race, but I'll be at a run water stop. Feel free to stop by the BATC tent too - I was sponsored this year and will have some freebies to hand out.
2011-05-21 7:56 PM
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Good luck to all those racing!

If you see a couple wearing Ironman Florida shirts with a black Lab in tow, please feel free to say hi!

--Josh

2011-05-21 8:27 PM
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#851. Hope to see some of you there.
2011-05-21 8:54 PM
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#500...Good luck everyone!


2011-05-22 2:26 PM
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jsiegs - 2011-05-21 7:55 PM I can't race, but I'll be at a run water stop. Feel free to stop by the BATC tent too - I was sponsored this year and will have some freebies to hand out.

I went by the tent to say hi, but I guess you were still out on the course. I'll have to catch you at South Carroll.

2011-05-22 2:27 PM
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My race went great! I beat all my estimates. Finally bagged my first Oly!
2011-05-22 2:27 PM
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Fred Doucette - 2011-05-21 4:32 PM Racks the bike, net up with docswim and am now relaxing at the hotel. Chinese food then sleep, then race time. Good luck everyone!

Wow - awesome performance, Fred! 5th in AG and you had a killer bike leg. Whatever was in that Chinese food, it seemed to do the trick.

2011-05-22 2:50 PM
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HillSlugger - 2011-05-22 3:26 PM

jsiegs - 2011-05-21 7:55 PM I can't race, but I'll be at a run water stop. Feel free to stop by the BATC tent too - I was sponsored this year and will have some freebies to hand out.

I went by the tent to say hi, but I guess you were still out on the course. I'll have to catch you at South Carroll.

Yeah, I ended up being a run course marshall a couple miles from the start so I wasn't able to actually get over there to the BATC tent or to see BT peeps, I was pretty disappointed about that. South Carroll will be easier to see people (assuming I'm able to race).
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2011-05-22 3:37 PM
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Fred Doucette - 2011-05-22 4:09 PM
colinphillips - 2011-05-22 3:27 PM

Wow - awesome performance, Fred! 5th in AG and you had a killer bike leg. Whatever was in that Chinese food, it seemed to do the trick.

thanks, how did your race go?

I was really pleased. It was my first real tri, so I nailed my PR. I beat my stretch targets for swim and bike, and the run was as good as I should have expected given the brutal course.

I have a lot to learn, but I was so much better off today thanks to all that I've learned from folks on BT.

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Fred Doucette - 2011-05-22 4:09 PM
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Fred Doucette - 2011-05-21 4:32 PM Racks the bike, net up with docswim and am now relaxing at the hotel. Chinese food then sleep, then race time. Good luck everyone!

Wow - awesome performance, Fred! 5th in AG and you had a killer bike leg. Whatever was in that Chinese food, it seemed to do the trick.

thanks, how did your race go?

Good job!.  I had a great swim and a felt good on the bike but that first hill on the run crushed me.  My quads locked up on the first hill back in the neighborhood and it was all over after that.

2011-05-22 7:42 PM
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Everyone did so well! Congrats! Who is getting ready for Eagleman in 3 weeks?

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2011-05-23 5:02 AM
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Congrats to all of the racers--I was there cheering you on and ringing my cowbell Laughing


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2011-05-23 7:16 AM
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I finally broke 2:40. PR'd all three...actually all five. Although I did almost crash attempting a flying dismount when my left leg wentt o jello after swinging my right leg over the bike. Dropped nine minutes from last year so I'm very happy. 2:37:01 (man, I couldn't find 2 seconds somewhere???).

I'll be at Eagleman...if I finish, guaranteed PR! Oh yeah, first 70.3

Great job everyone.
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ODogg - 2011-05-23 8:16 AM I finally broke 2:40. PR'd all three...actually all five. Although I did almost crash attempting a flying dismount when my left leg wentt o jello after swinging my right leg over the bike. Dropped nine minutes from last year so I'm very happy. 2:37:01 (man, I couldn't find 2 seconds somewhere???). I'll be at Eagleman...if I finish, guaranteed PR! Oh yeah, first 70.3 Great job everyone.

 

Great job on the PR, sounds like everyone had really good results this year!

2011-05-23 1:50 PM
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Thanks!

I do have a couple minor complaints about this years race. One, ZERO mile markers on the run course. I was at 8:30 on my watch for the first mile on the run and thought I was in huge trouble (the main problem with always training with a Garmin). And the second is that there were very few volunteers on the run course. I had trouble getting water a couple times. They had people working both sides of the street in the neighborhood. I went by fairly early so I hope they got some more out there as the day went on.
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