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7/10/15 9:48 P

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The Spark Triathlon Team is a lot more active than this one, Carolyn. Maybe someone can help you there. I have only done sprints and never used any of the anti-chafing products, so I am of no help.

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7/9/15 6:31 P

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I have question that has been nagging me for a while. I asked the guy at the bike shop about this, but he doesn't do tris - he is a cyclist.

Whenever I ride for more than 30 minutes I need chamois butt-r and I always put it on right before getting on the bike. What do you do during a tri? I am afraid if I put it on before the race, it will wash out during the swim and I'll get chafed on the ride (I'm doing a HIM).

What do you do? Is there a subtle way to squeeze a glob in your shorts in transition? What if you're wearing a Uni? Are there water resistant products just for this situation?



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