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Subject: Planning my first Tri
Hi folks,

I haven't posted for a while as I'm working hard and hibernating. How on earth do you guys train in winter down here???

I'm looking at signing up for a race in the Gatorade series, most likely the Active Feet as I think I can handle the 150m swim. Just wondering how long out from that race would it be best to start training? I'm not a strong swimmer so should I start early and just follow a sprint program?

Any advice from you all would be greatly appreciated.


2015-10-18 6:46 PM
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Tell me, have you started your training now that the weather has improved significantly??

Edited by Casie 2015-10-18 6:47 PM
2015-12-02 6:48 PM
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Subject: RE: Planning my first Tri
not sure where you're based but there are some awesome swim squads all over Melbourne including open water squads. Let us know where you are.
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