Probably Buffalo Springs
IM Herman Memorial and Louisville IM
Las Vegas 70.3
Last Years Race Results
Grand Masters for Triwaco
1st AG for Jack's generic
2nd for AG in Longhorn 70.3 (qualifeid for 70.3 world championship)
1st for AG in Cozumel Ironman (qualified for Kona!)
Paris marathon: 4.04
Branson 70.3: 1st in AG
Cap Tex Tri: 1st in AG
Kona: 18th in AG
Clearwater: 10th in AG
Louisville IM 1st in AG
Buffalo Springs 5th in AG
IMTX 8th in AG
Las Vegas: 13th in AG
Kona: don't know yet...
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Here's the race report. I did well. Had some dish-washing contamination in my neverreach hydration system on the bike which kinda was gross for about 20 miles, but otherwise no problem. (I figure I have the cleanest mouth in Kona. My mother would be proud!) bike split was just a little slow due to stopping at aide stations for fluids but i don't think it was major. I did miss not having more EFS on the bike... but thank goodness I had the EFS shots!
just a quick note. This was my training race for Hawaii. i wanted to use my power meter due to the hills and test strategy. I kept my effort at FTP and just above on hills and tried to push it to FTP on the down hills. The swim was a treat and the bike was my only concern. Strategy worked.
I loved the run and only got a little over heated at the very end but I think that was because I knew it was the end. My time slowed down at the end of the run but the bike strategy helped me finish… Continue
Posted on September 29, 2010 at 8:07am — 2 Comments
What a great adventure that was! So, we get to Paris. the plane was delayed three hours and then on the next flight there is a medical emergency. Yikes! so of course I answer the call since I am an emergency department physician. I tell the crew that we really need to divert before crossing the Atlantic. Of course they comply but I have jsut caused us all to be a little but later getting in. (as it turns out it was a good call...) We arrive in Paris during rush hour and get to our hotel and… Continue
You can get your bike checked over or put together at a local bike shop, HP Bike Works, right on the Queen K. You might want to book something with them before you head over - it's usually pretty busy race week. Safe travels to the Big Island.:)
Hi Patricia, I hope your training's going well for Hawaii too. It's been perfect timing for a little heat wave here in San Diego this week.....I hope it lasts until I leave on Monday! Good luck and hope to see you there!
Thanks for the info. I found it very helpful. And it is good to see others who do eat gluten and perform well. I'm not yet sure of my tolerance level to it. I have cut dairy and my gas and GI distress immediately went down. But, I still have a considerable amount so I am considering trying gluten-free for a few weeks to see what happens. I will keep you updated...