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Transition times in a triathlon, while short, can really hinder a triathlete’s mindset. The switch from swim to bike and bike to run is really what triathlons are all about. For my first five triathlons, I used a small backpack, … Continue reading
The concept of barefoot running has been around for a while. Interest in it increased dramatically in September 2009 when Vibram launched their new FiveFingers footwear. Marketed as the “barefooting alternative” to more traditional shoes, they have developed a cult … Continue reading
As an analyst, I love numbers and what they can tell you. It isn’t necessarily the numbers themselves that are so fascinating, but their relationship to one another. Be it a trend or a comparison of categories. After completing the … Continue reading
The 2009 Carpinteria Triathlon is in the history books. The sprint course was my third triathlon this year. If there are three words that I can use to describe the experience, they are challenging, beautiful fun. The Swim The morning … Continue reading
With hours to go until the start of the 2009 Carpinteria Triathlon and my packet in hand, I present to you a brief walk through of the transition area from my perspective. Cheers! Wish me luck!
Tomorrow at 8:13am, my wave leaves Carpinteria State Beach for a 500 meter swim, then a 9 mile bike and then a 5k run. The Carpinteria Triathlon short course will be my third triathlon since I began the journey from … Continue reading