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Old 06-03-07, 05:52 PM
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first tri completed!

after 3 months of trainin for my first tri its all over... the tri was this mornin, n due to horrible water conditions bc of tropical storm barry they turned it into a run-bike-run... it was such a great experience! i was in the 20-29yr old age group bein the youngest 1 at 20 yrs old, there were 24 in my age group... we were about the 7th wave out and i finshed first in the first run, my t1 time was not very good at all but ended up comin in the 3rd in the bike, t2 was nothin to brag about n i lost quite a bit of time in the final run... i ended up placin 7th in my age group with a time of 1:20:53, for bein my first tri n not swimmin id say i did pretty well... i loved every minute of it, im deff hooked n lookin forward to my next 1! jus wanted to say thanks to every1 on this forum for helpin me out thru my trainin! im officially a triathlete

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Originally Posted by zekebobish
after 3 months of trainin for my first tri its all over... the tri was this mornin, n due to horrible water conditions bc of tropical storm barry they turned it into a run-bike-run... it was such a great experience! i was in the 20-29yr old age group bein the youngest 1 at 20 yrs old, there were 24 in my age group... we were about the 7th wave out and i finshed first in the first run, my t1 time was not very good at all but ended up comin in the 3rd in the bike, t2 was nothin to brag about n i lost quite a bit of time in the final run... i ended up placin 7th in my age group with a time of 1:20:53, for bein my first tri n not swimmin id say i did pretty well... i loved every minute of it, im deff hooked n lookin forward to my next 1! jus wanted to say thanks to every1 on this forum for helpin me out thru my trainin! im officially a triathlete

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Could you tell me what your training consisted of for the 3 months prior to the race? I'm about to order the cyclo-core training materials and I such a noob I just want to learn all I can.
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good job and keet at it, maybe at the next one they will let you get your feet wet, what were the distances for the r/b/r?
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congrats! just two more weeks til my first.
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Old 06-04-07, 08:39 AM
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thanks guys... yeah im hopin the next one i do will deff have thew swim portion bc durin my trainin i worked it all around swimmin since i was never a swimmer, took swim lessons, really worked on my stroke with a triathlete swim trainer at the Y but didnt get to use it...

the distances were: 1 mile run/12 mile bike/5 mile run

i came in first in my age group after the first run, lost time in t1... came in 3rd in my bike, lost time in t2... and overall came in 7th... so hopefully my transition this race was jus a learning experience for the next time!

as far as the training went... i woke up every day and rode for an hour and a half = 25-30 miles a day(im an avid cyclist), then split up the rest of the week with a run or swim in the evening... if it was a run it was an hour long, if it was a swim i did half a mile bc the swim was supposed to be a quarter mile...
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Originally Posted by StalkerZERO
Could you tell me what your training consisted of for the 3 months prior to the race? I'm about to order the cyclo-core training materials and I such a noob I just want to learn all I can.
highly recommend it: "The Triathlete's Training Bible" by Joe Friel.
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Originally Posted by riding4freedom
highly recommend it: "The Triathlete's Training Bible" by Joe Friel.
YES.
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First. Congrats on your first multi-sports event and it was good to see that you did well.

That said, what's up with not using the letter "g" at the end of "ing" words? Honestly it's pretty distracting.
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Originally Posted by cjbruin
First. Congrats on your first multi-sports event and it was good to see that you did well.

That said, what's up with not using the letter "g" at the end of "ing" words? Honestly it's pretty distracting.
Did you read his sig?
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Originally Posted by voltman
Did you read his sig?
Yes. That was pretty funny...20 years ago.
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Forgive me for my AIM lingo... I will try to articulate my spelling a little better for you.

Here is a couple of pictures for you guys from my race:





Sincerely yours,
Zac

(maybe i need a quote from scarface or the godfather to get a bid of approval for my sig... i wasnt tryin to make u laugh)
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those look like pretty sweet "horrible weather conditions"
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