11/08/2008 at 22:53
Yea, my first tri - done the Olympic yesterday.
Swim was a mental struggle but ok
Bike fun / fast although slow round corners - sometimes a bit tight going by etc.
run fun - seemed a bit short though??
very pleased for a first timer
07/08/2008 at 21:56
Do not use SwimBikeRun online - regular f*ck ups are there speciality!
07/08/2008 at 03:03
30k road bike ride. 8k run. brickword. shattered
06/08/2008 at 23:26
Hi guys - its my first tri at London this weekend - need to rack up saturday for my sunday race.
Can i enter transition on Sunday before I start? Eg. quick warm up on bike - make sure everything is ready?
04/08/2008 at 21:10
I am the same - although when i take into account the hilly nature of the course, alike you should do, I am expecting a much faster time on the day.
04/08/2008 at 20:53
Me - First timer - Olympic - 1.40pm Sunday - Hoping for some favourable weather conditions!
03/08/2008 at 01:00
SBR are not my best of friends either.........
2 months ago ordered new tri suit......
they are defo in the black book
Wiggle me up from now on
30/07/2008 at 18:06
Thanks alot for that.
PS - the thread for the "commando" backing was somewhat overwhelming - my tri suit arriving today so watch out!
29/07/2008 at 22:56
Hi More Experienced triathletes!
I am a first timer at the London Olympic Tri.
Am wondering what average times are for age group of young/mid twenties????
I have no idea??
Also how slow is the 10k compared to normal 10k runs (e.g. not doing a copious amount of exercise before starting). I can do a 10k in 37mins normally but want to know how this will drop to estimate some sort of finish time.
1 more question....... Do you wear specialist pants/breifs under tri suit???
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