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Subject: Rev3 Half and Olympic Distance Race

Well I see that Half distance thread is in the "Iron Distance" location of the forum so I thought I would add it here in the SC location and add in the Olympic distance group too.

 

Who is ready?



2013-10-01 5:46 PM
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I am not ready for the half so I am doing the Olympic.
2013-10-02 3:14 PM
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Originally posted by TriGuy05>

Who is ready?




I'm ready to end the season on a high note. I need some redemption after getting my butt kicked in Vegas.
2013-10-04 11:00 AM
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Ready as I'm ever going to be, I guess. Doing the Oly
2013-10-10 8:09 AM
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Weather is looking great for this weekend...



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2013-10-10 1:54 PM
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Swimming in 50 degree weather is no joy, but it will warm up quick on the bike. I twisted my ankle on some acorns while blowing leaves this past weekend so it looks like I am going to suffer a little more than usual this weekend.


2013-10-10 2:12 PM
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has there been any water temperature reading?  I don't think the 50* swimming temps will be that bad due to going numb after the first 5 minutes...

The additional suffering makes the beer after that much more enjoyable...Cool

2013-10-10 2:23 PM
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With full sun, it will be over 60 degrees by the time we get on the bike for the Half. Might be a slight chill, but since the first 5 miles are uphill, I don't think it will matter.
2013-10-10 8:03 PM
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http://waterdata.usgs.gov/sc/nwis/uv?cb_00011=on&format=gif_default...

It was upper 70s last week and should be mid 70s this weekend. Will feel like bathwater compared to the air.
2013-10-11 7:39 AM
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They still need volunteers. If anyone can help, please go online and register.

Many thanks.
2013-10-11 10:54 AM
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Yeah, I think the weather is going to be just about perfect. I'm also excited about actually having water in Lake Hartwell, unlike previous years.


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