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2013-06-29 7:20 PM

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Hey guys! I've started a weekly blog about the trials and tribulations of big athletes and training. The first two posts are just race reports. The Coeur d'Alene one is apparently humorous.

It's located at trifattytri.blogspot.ca

Give it a look if you're interested.

Colin


2013-06-30 12:48 PM
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Bookmarked! I've read your race reports before Colin and I love your style. I'll be chcecking in from time to time for future installments.
2013-07-02 1:33 PM
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Originally posted by Fatboy32

Hey guys! I've started a weekly blog about the trials and tribulations of big athletes and training. The first two posts are just race reports. The Coeur d'Alene one is apparently humorous.

It's located at trifattytri.blogspot.ca

Give it a look if you're interested.

Colin



Great read!! Thanks for posting.
2013-07-13 9:00 AM
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This week's article is about cycling. Give it a read if you're so inclined!

http://trifattytri.blogspot.ca/2013/07/tri-training-for-big-inners-...
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