I wish after 3 wins here in Wanaka I could sit down and write this without the usual nerves, doubts, and all the little internal battles we face heading in to a big race.
Sometimes too much of a good thing is, as we know, not a good thing anymore.
I thought that could be the case for Taupo 70.3, but I realised pretty quickly that racing in one of NZ’s best spots is probably never going to get old and it was great being back in Taupo for another chance to race some of the best guys over the 70.3 distance in the world.
Pro Triathletes: The time is right for change.
It has been a busy summer.
Two 70.3's, three full distance races and a whole lot of fun, all in less than 6 months.
Cairns was the final race towards Ironman Hawaii qualification and therefore carried a bit of weight and a lot of importance.
This isn’t everything. It is simply my chain of thought when I think about an Iron-distance event and can be used for a half-distance also.
I highly recommend adding to it where you can.
Feel free to email me any add-ons.
It's that time again where I sit in my hotel room and think about the work I have done and the pain that is to come...
It was great to head back to Taiwan for a 3rd time, especially with the less daunting task of racing over the half distance rather than the full.