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2017-08-24 12:29 PM
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For the past few years I was the LOUD guy in the morning letting people into the bike area before the swim start and than was all over the place during the course of the day, but this year I have decided to sleep in and just help my son's swim team at one of the water aid stations near UW Hospital (that would be somewhere on the Howard Temin Lakeshore Path, somewhere after mile 4 and  then after mile 8.
Good luck to all you hardworking fellow IM'ers!
YOU WILL ALL BE AN IRONMAN!!



2017-08-25 9:54 AM
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Does anyone know if there is an open swim practice the Friday or Saturday before IMWI?
2017-08-25 8:19 PM
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It is almost race day! I am getting excited!!!
2017-08-29 9:30 AM
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In past years there is no official practice swim but the part of the lake where the race takes place has practice swimmers going pretty much all day long Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning... safest to swim with a friend or a small group
2017-08-29 10:11 AM
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The lake is open for swimming and on Friday they should have some buoys out, at least they did last year.

If you do plan to swim, go early. That lake can get pretty busy and dangerous with boat traffic. There should be plenty of people out swimming (I'll be one of them on Friday).
2017-08-29 2:57 PM
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Thanks!


2017-09-14 12:03 PM
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I never imagined the official IM Moo threads dying in BT.

Times have changed.

Anyways, congratulations to those who became Ironmen and Ironwomen this past Sunday.

2018-10-26 10:42 AM
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Should we get this going again? Who is in for 2019??
2018-10-29 12:49 PM
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I am considering it It would be my first IM race
2018-11-23 8:08 AM
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Originally posted by deboerkj Should we get this going again? Who is in for 2019??

 

I would not restart an old post/thread.  Please create a new one and get the ball rolling.  I'm pretty much done here at BT but do encourage IM WI to continue on and thrive.

GOOD LUCK!

2019-01-31 7:38 PM
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Very close to registering for IMWI 19, will be my first. Just need to be sure I can juggle family/work/training effectively


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