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2014-04-21 2:23 PM
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One week until my very first triathlon. I feel like my training has gone pretty well aside from being sidelined with a leg injury after my marathon. Going to do an easy bike/run brick tomorrow and then some really easy training the rest of the week. My masters coach sent me two easy swim workouts for this week. I will say I have focused more on the swim during my training so far since I feel like that was where I was the weakest. Being my first tri I am hoping to have a great time, learn from other veterans and finish standing upright. Are there any pointers out there anyone wish they had known before their first tri?


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2014-04-21 2:25 PM
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1st Tri in a couple of years on Saturday. It rained like heck, but I had a lot of fun. I got 3rd in my new age group... 'course there were only 4 of us! No matter, I'm happy to be back. I had a big mental issue with the swim (bailed out of my last race at @ 50 yards) and I had to get that out of my head.

Hope everyone is well. Super busy lately but I love to read all your posts!

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