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Hurley, New York
United States
New York Triathlon
Total Time = 1h 11m 38s
Overall Rank = 8/46
Age Group = 30-34
Age Group Rank = 2/3
Pre-race routine:

Wow, a LOT of people didn't show up because of the weather. Can't say I really blame them.
Run
  • 13m 45s
  • 2.1 miles
  • 06m 33s  min/mile
Comments:

http://connect.garmin.com/activity/493292255

Some fast runners that showed up this year, that's for sure. Every time I do a du I always have to repeat in my head "let the runners go...you'll pass them on the bike."

Mile 1: 6:17.
Mile 2: 6:52
Mile .1: 6:35
What would you do differently?:

Nothing, thought I did quite well.
Transition 1
  • 00m 40s
Comments:

Had to borrow the bike because Buzz cracked. So I didn't want to do a flying mount on this thing. Wasn't familiar with it since I had just picked it up the day before.

Ran with shoes on
Bike
  • 42m 36s
  • 14 miles
  • 19.72 mile/hr
Comments:

http://connect.garmin.com/activity/493292260

  • ..except all the runners were cyclists too! Crazy fast people there today.

  • Haven't ridden a road bike in 2+ years so that was a bit different. The headwind was just incredible turning onto Hurley Hill Rd. Was averaging 26mph until that point. Once on that road had a hard time maintaining 16. Drained me pretty good leading into Dug Hill Rd.

    Dug Hill Rd is the devil. Straight up and just nonstop. I'm sure it would have been much easier if I had Buzz. I couldn't stand and climb as the frame was rubbing the wheels under such torque and I also didn't have my lowest gear as it would shift in then shift out immediately.
    Transition 2
    • 00m 27s
    Comments:

    No flying dismount, wasn't comfortable doing it on a bike I wasn't familiar with.
    Run
    • 14m 8s
    • 2.1 miles
    • 06m 44s  min/mile
    Comments:

    http://connect.garmin.com/activity/493292264

    I'll admit that at when I saw how far the guy in front of me was and how far the guy behind me was at the turnaround I let off a little bit.

    Too far ahead and too far back that no one was catching anyone.
    Post race

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    Running
    00:13:45 | 02.1 miles | 06m 33s  min/mile
    Age Group: 0/3
    Overall: 0/46
    Performance: Good
    Course: First mile is the easiest of the two. Downhill, then flat, then a little bit of climbing. The second mile is evil. The hill you cam down you go back up. It's short but brutal.
    Keeping cool Drinking
    T1
    Time: 00:40
    Overall: Average
    Run with bike? Average
    Jump on bike?
    Getting up to speed and into shoes:
    Biking
    00:42:36 | 14 miles | 19.72 mile/hr
    Age Group: 0/3
    Overall: 0/46
    Performance: Below average
    Wind: Strong with gusts
    Course: Downhill, into a flat, then an incredible climb.
    Road:   Cadence:
    Turns: Cornering: Below average
    Gear changes: Below average Hills: Below average
    Race pace: Hard Drinks: Just right
    T2
    Time: 00:27
    Overall:
    Riding w/ feet on shoes Average
    Jumping off bike
    Running with bike
    Racking bike
    Shoe and helmet removal
    Running
    00:14:08 | 02.1 miles | 06m 44s  min/mile
    Age Group: 0/3
    Overall: 0/46
    Performance: Average
    Course: Same as first run. Mile 1: 6:33 Mile 2: 6:57 Mile .1: 6:11
    Keeping cool Drinking
    Post race
    Weight change: %
    Overall:
    Mental exertion [1-5]
    Physical exertion [1-5]
    Good race?
    Evaluation
    Course challenge
    Organized?
    Events on-time?
    Lots of volunteers?
    Plenty of drinks?
    Post race activities:
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