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SCGAALMOM Posts: 215
1/23/13 5:29 P

Very impressive!!

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1/21/13 10:13 A


1/21/13 9:00 A

Great job. You should see if there is someone at the Y who can help you with your stroke efficiency. It will make covering the distance so much easier.

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1/21/13 8:52 A

Great Job!


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1/20/13 11:55 P

1/2-mile swim, 12.5-mile bike ride, 3-mile run. Transitions were a bit pokey and I did hit pause for 75 seconds twice on my run, but a good effort all in all for my one-person sprint triathlon (with double the swim length.)

I'm hoping to do the real thing this summer. I still haven't registered but am wavering between a sprint or Olympic distance. It all hinges on how my swimming comes along in the next few months. I've been a cyclist for years, so I have that nailed. I spent the past year working on my running. I'm still not fast, but I can cover the distance in a decent time. Now I'm focused on the swimming. I've come a long way in the past month, but need much more work and definitely need to get in the open water when it warms up.

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