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Balancing Endurance Races and Training.

Saturday, November 01, 2014

I got plenty of rest after my last Olympic triathlon in September. We all need to rest up once in a while. One can't just keep doing race after race, it will wear you down.

I have a marathon coming up in February, and my first 70.3 triathlon in April. Two pretty big races, but I'm up to the challenge. I've started training for the marathon using my Hal Higdon Novice program once again. It worked well for me in the past. This will not be an A race, as it's only 2 months before another long race, and I don't want to push too hard. As it is, during the marathon training I will be maintaining my triathlon training and even ramping it up towards the marathon buildup.

I have a fair base for both races, and I don't see a problem with training for 2 races simultaneously. I am planning on substituting a run day to a cycle day, and swimming on my cross training days. Kind of playing it by ear as I feel. I have both schedules posted on the 'fridge, and it looks like I'll still have 8 weeks after the marathon before the 70.3.

My plan is to rest only a few days post marathon, then get right in swimming and cycling. I'm not going to do much running, concentrating primarily on my cycling and swimming. Just a bit of maintenance running should take me through the half marathon portion of the 70.3. At least, that's the way I'm thinking.

I'm really excited about doing a 70.3 - it will be the Florida Haines City Half Ironman and it's right near my daughters home, so logistically it is just about perfect. I just need to restrain myself from going too hard on the marathon.

I haven't blogged in quite a while, so this is just an update to let y'all know what's going on with me.

Thanks for reading and have a great day.

  
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MJREIMERS 11/19/2014 1:56PM

    I can't imagine. I'd like to get back to the point that I can run a 5k without pain. You are emoticon ! I truly admire you! I want details after both events! Happy training. (I'm glad to hear from you again!)

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LEWILL1982 11/5/2014 12:50PM

    Great to hear from you! Can't wait to follow your journey towards the next 2 big events.

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BIGPAWSUP 11/3/2014 3:14PM

    Have so missed hearing from you.

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DALID414 11/2/2014 11:57PM

    Keeping busy.

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MARGARITTM 11/2/2014 6:53PM

    I have missed your blogs - good advise and sage wisdom!

I was watching the NY Marathon today and have kind of go the itch to do one more.

I would like to make it one of the "Mac Daddies" NY or Boston - we will see...

.2015 goal more training less racing.

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MASRITE 11/2/2014 3:23PM

    2 big races!! Excited for you. Train safe and keep us posted!! missed you!!

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I_CAN_AMY 11/2/2014 10:40AM

    I'm so excited for you! I know you can do it. I was toying with a similar idea as my marathon is in March and a sprint triathlon I want to do is in May. You described my thinking exactly. In my mind, you have the running down pat after the marathon, it's just transitions, swimming, and cycling that you would need to focus on at that point. I only run two times a week (for now) and ride two times a week (one short, one long) I would need to fold in two or three swimming days. Swimming is my weakness. I might also just do the duathlon in May depending on my work schedule.

Thank you for outlining your plan! I can't want to hear of your success!

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KANOE10 11/2/2014 8:06AM

    Your training is going well. Your next two events sound exciting! You are doing a great job of staying healthy!

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ONMYMEDS 11/2/2014 7:21AM

    And all this time I thought you had been slacking off.

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NATPLUMMER 11/2/2014 7:10AM

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HILLSLUG98239 11/1/2014 11:18PM

    A while back, one of my Athena sisters asked about training for a marathon while also training for an Olympic-distance tri. Although I've never done either, I suggested she find a training schedule for an Ironman, which would cover the marathon, and substitute shorter rides & swims to cover the tri.

It occurred to me that, in order to complete an Oly, I really need to be able to run more than a 10K. It's one thing to run a 10K, in and of itself. But after the swim and bike, knowing you can run a 10K isn't enough. I figure I'll need to be strong enough to run 16-18 km to be ready to run the 10K of an Oly.

Oh, and you rock. I love that you're excited about the HIM. I'm thinking a HIM may be my outside distance. After I've done my first Oly, I'll evaluate whether I have the time and motivation to work towards a HIM. I'll be a mere child of 50, so I'll have no excuse not to keep working on it. emoticon

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SPEEDYDOG 11/1/2014 9:54PM

    Hi Vic,

I am not sure what you consider rest. You are a pretty active guy.

I am amazed at your competition schedule. Are you thinking the Marathon is training for 70.3?

Good Luck,

Bruce

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JACKIEWALKS4FUN 11/1/2014 9:37PM

    So very busy. Have fun out there. emoticon

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1CRAZYDOG 11/1/2014 9:04PM

    Good luck with your events! Thanks for updating!

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HDHAWK 11/1/2014 8:58PM

    You've always got something in the works! Your plan sounds like a good one. Happy training! emoticon

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ROXYZMOM 11/1/2014 8:30PM

    I was wondering what you have been up to. Sounds like a great plan.
It's getting cold up here - enjoy that nice Florida weather!!

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Successful 2nd Olympic Triathlon. Short Race Report.

Monday, September 15, 2014


I was concerned that I was doing this olympic tri a bit too soon after my first one, one month ago. But, it was local and I enjoyed the first so much, I was excited to try again.

After the first one, I rested for several days and got right back into training. I believe I trained adequately for this race. Plus, I took a nice 3 day break just before the event. For me, that give me plenty of energy on race day, for these 'longer' events.

I was kind of disappointed at the small amount of people who showed up. There were only 13 oly event athletes for this race. Strangely, there were 2 of us in the 65 - 69 y.o. age group.

This course has a pancake flat bike portion, and a decent run through a campground/park where it's mostly shaded. Boy, when I ran from shade to sun, it really made a difference. But, I do train a lot in the sun and heat, so it was not so bad. I knew what to expect.

DW decided to stay home for this one, again. The novelty has worn off for her, I suppose. What was once a big deal, has become a typical thing for her. She's very supportive and thrilled to hear my race stories after the events, but not enough to keep her away from her craft fairs, estate sales and other weekend events of her own. So, I had no one there to take photos. I found one photo of me on the race site. Here I am on the bike just getting started on the 25 mile ride. Still fresh and ready to ride.



Felt good throughout the race until the very end, where the heat and humidity began to take their toll. No problem, I finished strong and even beat my previous time by 6 minutes. I was ecstatic with the results, 3:03:26.

My legs are a little sore this morning, not too bad. Just enough to remind me that I did a good job and pushed just hard enough on the course. Can't wait to do another.

Thanks for reading and have a great day.

  
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BIGPAWSUP 9/19/2014 7:09PM

    You are amazing and such an inspiration. I'm so glad you share this with us.

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CRYSBROWN1 9/19/2014 2:07PM

    Great job on another olympic tri finish!

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JUNEPA 9/18/2014 12:05AM

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Tri - Awesome !!!

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RAINEMARIE214 9/17/2014 4:00PM

    Great job on beating your previous time!!!

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    Awesome job!! emoticon emoticon

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MASRITE 9/16/2014 2:39PM

    awesome job on beating your time. Sorry the heat got to you, but at least it was at the end and not the whole time. So, when is your next race? I know you too well not to ask!! emoticon

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KANOE10 9/16/2014 7:45AM

    Good for you beating your time by 6 minutes..even with the humidity. Way to go. All of your training has paid off!

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DALID414 9/16/2014 12:30AM

    emoticon as always

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ROXYZMOM 9/15/2014 9:30PM

    Congratulations! You did fantastic. That's a great picture.

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HILLSLUG98239 9/15/2014 7:55PM

    It sounds like you had a great event! My goal is to celebrate my 50th birthday next September by completing an Olympic-distance tri. After that, who knows? I sure hope to be one of those competing in the 65-69 age group. I may actually win my age group in that case.

A fellow Athena did a half-Ironman last weekend. She described her performance as "I was the last winner to finish." I love that!

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DAISYBELL6 9/15/2014 3:09PM

    Great job!

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APONI_KB 9/15/2014 2:49PM

    that is fantastic
nicely done

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1CRAZYDOG 9/15/2014 1:52PM

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JAMIRBLAZE 9/15/2014 12:40PM

    emoticon Looking good and good work!

I think it's safe to say that the entire state is hoping for some relief from the heat and humidity.



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LEWILL1982 9/15/2014 12:31PM

    Congratulations on a strong race, I love your race reports. It looks like you've figured out your proper taper and what is working for you. So many lessons to learn in training and racing; other than the mechanics of *how" to do each event.

I have a goal to do an Olympic Tri next year- need to work on the swimming first!

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MBTEPP 9/15/2014 11:17AM

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emoticon time! It helps when you can run in shade, so makes a difference.
Keep up the great training!

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    Good job!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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SPEEDYDOG 9/15/2014 10:52AM

    Hi Vic,

You may have only found one photo. However, it is a great photo. You look like you are riding strongly!

Thanks, Bruce

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ONMYMEDS 9/15/2014 10:38AM

    Nice job, Vic!!! You're a star!!

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STEPHM-ARATHON 9/15/2014 10:19AM

    Great job on another race well done!

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Olympic Triathlon at Moss Park Orlando FL

Thursday, August 28, 2014


A 4 minute video of my recent Oly Tri. You will see a beat up old guy at 3:30, coming from the top of the screen. Thats me - not looking like the youngsters you'd seen previously in this vid. But, hey I'm not perfect, just persistent. Thanks for watching.

  
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MARGARITTM 9/7/2014 7:00AM

    Yesterday I swam across the lake and back - made my sister row along beside me - it was only .4 miles and it was still hard! I am still in awe of your accomplishment.

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MASRITE 8/29/2014 10:36PM

    My hero!!! Congrats on finishing and just doing it!!!

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KANOE10 8/29/2014 8:21AM

    You look fit and did very well. Thanks for sharing!

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ROXYZMOM 8/29/2014 6:53AM

    I love this! You did great! Congratulations!!

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STRIVERONE 8/29/2014 12:18AM

    I'm sure less than one in ten thousand people has ever started one of these, much less finished. Awesome!

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 8/28/2014 7:08PM

    Nice video.
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LISAINMS 8/28/2014 1:00PM

    It's all about persistence!

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HILLSLUG98239 8/28/2014 11:04AM

    Woo hoo! You're a tiger!

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MARGARITTM 8/28/2014 10:07AM

    That is great!!!!! I would not EVEN attempt the olympic distances!

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MBTEPP 8/28/2014 10:04AM

    So COOL! Great course. Saw a shadow of the drown! That is taking event shots to a whole new level. Good show!

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BERGBA7 8/28/2014 9:06AM

    Fantastic that you did it - I don't see that you look any different than the other guys running there! Bravo for the effort!
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NATPLUMMER 8/28/2014 8:59AM

    You look great!!

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It's Good to Fail

Saturday, August 23, 2014

I failed. My time stunk, I was tired and hot. My legs cramped up and forced me to walk. My race was a failure. I failed.

"Failure is not an option" is a quote from the Apollo 13 movie. Supposedly spoken by flight director, Gene Krantz. I don't like this quote. I believe failure is imperative.

You learn from failure, you will find a better way. Your victory is much sweeter once you continue past failure and succeed.

When you fail, you are given an opportunity to reassess and learn from it. No one is immune to failure. Embrace it, learn from it, get tough and forge ahead.

It is said that Edison attempted 1,000 times to invent the light bulb. Apparently, he wasn't deterred in his quest for victory. He forged on to victory.

Never give up. Never quit. Forge ahead.

  
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IFDEEVARUNS2 8/28/2014 10:34AM

    You finished! Yay!

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MARGARITTM 8/28/2014 10:02AM

    Ummmmm I don't call what you accomplished a failure at all! Interesting that the one who is the most hard on ourselves is often ourselves!

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RORYLYONS 8/27/2014 1:43AM

    The best part is you went over the finish line ...You are a success...never a failure...Keep up the good work..you are a winner... emoticon emoticon

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MBTEPP 8/25/2014 2:46PM

    “Never let the fear of striking out get in your way.” Babe Ruth

I would not be who I am today had I not failed many times. It still hurts, but the older I get, the more accepting I am to learn from my failures.

Kudos to you. You are stronger today than you were yesterday.

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BUTTERFLY-1976 8/25/2014 12:45PM

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LIGHTNINGRUNNER 8/24/2014 5:28PM

    obvious you didn't fail - you just didn't perform to your desire. It is tough here in Florida. That is why after 15 years of running/racing we don't do that during the summer months.


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KANOE10 8/24/2014 12:08PM

    That is a great blog. You did not fail. You just learned what you need to do next time to avoid those leg cramps. I am sorry that happened but your positive spirit will keep you going. Good job on turning to walking!

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ROXYZMOM 8/24/2014 9:17AM

    I love this blog!

I totally agree - failing makes victory so much sweeter!!



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SLENDERELLA61 8/24/2014 9:01AM

    Great philosophy. Real wisdom in your words. Thanks.

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FANGFACEKITTY 8/24/2014 6:43AM

    No...you were not successful but that does not equal failure. Failure is giving up, throwing in the towel and quitting. You did none of these things; you did not fail by any stretch of the imagination!

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DALID414 8/24/2014 12:27AM

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MASRITE 8/23/2014 11:53PM

    You finished the race. Isn't that what matters?

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FORZACHANDMATT 8/23/2014 7:54PM

    So true!

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JACKIEWALKS4FUN 8/23/2014 7:07PM

    You said it right in your last sentence.
I think to never try is being a failure and from what I can see you are always out there, so no, you are NOT a failure

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1CRAZYDOG 8/23/2014 5:52PM

    Ah well. Onto the next race.



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NATPLUMMER 8/23/2014 3:01PM

    If you finished, you didn't fail!

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PMRUNNER 8/23/2014 2:41PM

    Keep pushing!

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STRIVERONE 8/23/2014 2:04PM

    If you failed at anything, it was spacing your contests with enough rest in between, but we all do that from time to time. I'm registered for the Empire State Marathon on Oct. 18th and the Marine Corps Marathon on the 25th. If I come in dead last in Virginia, I still won't consider it a failure. But I will revise my unrealistic scheduling. "Failures" are only continuing education.

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BIGPAWSUP 8/23/2014 1:05PM

    I can never see you as a failure! You are a stunning success in my book, you just had a bad day. Suprise everyone - he's human after all! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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BROOKLYN_BORN 8/23/2014 1:05PM

    Everybody has a bad day, but you already know that. You "failed" to reach the goal you set for yourself, but you didn't "fail." You took the smarter option and walked.

I'm assuming that you got to the finish line, successfully, upright and ahead of the "sag wagon" and not in it. Those my DH's goals LOL.

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REMEMBER2BME 8/23/2014 1:05PM

    I think everyone's definition of failure is different too.
You are a winner in my book emoticon because you participated and did what you could at the time.
Great blog!

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Redemption - A Race Report

Sunday, August 17, 2014

I like to hedge my bets on my event result estimates. Especially on new events, I estimate my times conservatively, because I have no idea how my training times will compare to actual competitive times. Even so, I was totally surprised at how poorly I did on my trail marathon. You who know me may be tired of hearing about it, but it shook me up that I was not ready for that kind of event, and suffered during the last half, and ended with a poor finish time.

It shook my confidence, I suppose. Today was my first Olympic Triathlon, and I trained hard for it. Even so, my cycle times are not great, and swimming doesn't seem much better, though I enjoy doing both. I looked at this event as a new challenge and just wanted to do it, so I could say I did it.

I started the swim easily, nice pace, breathing correctly and not caring about speed at all. Being a smaller event, there wasn't too much thrashing around me, and getting bumped around. Triathletes call this the 'washing machine' effect, which can be an apt description in larger events. I was comfortable in the water and felt good throughout the 1500 meters. This was a continuous swim, not one where you exit the water at the end of the first loop and re-enter for the second loop. You just keep swimming. I did the 2 loops without stopping to rest, and felt good with it. I was conserving energy for the entire race. I felt strong as I exited the water, and ran to the transition to retrieve my bike. Many others were walking, perhaps having pushed too hard in the swim, or maybe they just weren't concerned about time at all.

I got to the bike transition, put on my cycling shoes, popped a GU with caffeine, and had some water, and walked the bike to the spot where you can jump on and ride. Again, I started kind of slowly, but the adrenaline was flowing, I felt great, and quickly got moving. My pace felt fine, no stress or excessive heart rate, and when I looked at the gps watch it showed I was doing 18 mph. OK, that's not fast for most, but very fast for me. I was genuinely surprised that I was doing so well, and not feeling stressed. Maybe it was downhill. So I continue on, finished the first loop rather quickly, and started the second loop, I was feeling it now, so I backed off just a bit on my effort, and enjoyed the ride to it's end.

Hopping off the bike, I walked it to the transition area easily. Sat down, changed to my running shoes. I left the watch on the bike handlebars. Screw it, I'll run without the watch and see how it goes. Took some salted water that I had made up prior to the race, put on my race belt and ran off.

I was going to do a run/walk as usual and that worked fine for me. I felt good for a while, but the temperature was creeping up now and it was sunny out, despite the supposedly "completely shaded run portion' that they advertised. I knew coming in that it was not going to really be shady, but it was not complete sun either, a good combination of both. But, it was dang hot! Finished the first loop fine, but feeling tired now. Plugging along I passed some runners and was passed by others. Everyone was cheerful and a lot of 'good jobs' were sent and received. Very friendly crowd. Around mile 4 my thigh started cramping, and I actually stopped to massage my leg for a couple of seconds. Then I just decided to shorten my stride and run slower. I only had about a mile to go, so I wasn't so worried, I could always walk the last mile if need be. I didn't have to do that, I just kept run/walking and finally approached the turn off to the finish line corridor. I crossed the finish line with a huge smile. I saw my number flashing, and I knew my real time would be even better than the number displayed, because the race started officially about 3 minutes before I did. Wow! what a good time.

Could this course have been shorter than standard? Or did my 3 day rest period and hard training really pay off that well?

They have not yet posted all the details, like individual swim, bike, run and transition times, but they did show me my official overall time.

Turns out I took second place in age group. My time was 3:09:27 seconds. I was originally told that I won first place, but that was later changed to second place due to some error. This picture was taken before they discovered the error.



Considering I would have been very pleased with a 3:30 time, I was shocked at my actual time. I was prepared to do about 3:30 - 3:45 and anything more I would have not considered good.

So there's my redemption after my crappy trail marathon time. We can't always excel but we certainly can continue to strive for excellence. We have good days and bad days, and I'm grateful for each of them. Today was a good day.

Thanks for reading and have a good day yourself!

  
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IFDEEVARUNS2 8/28/2014 10:33AM

    Excellent!

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LIGHTNINGRUNNER 8/20/2014 5:29PM

    Congrats on a job well done.

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MJREIMERS 8/20/2014 8:05AM

    emoticon Awesome job! You should be proud of that time. We all have better and not-so-good times. It's all good and you proved to yourself that emoticon

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OPTIMIST1948 8/20/2014 7:40AM

    Well done! its nice to have that ego boost after feeling put down.

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ONMYMEDS 8/19/2014 10:13PM

    Outstanding job, Vic, truly!! That's a great time for ANY age group.

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LEWILL1982 8/18/2014 4:32PM

    That's awesome! Congrats on a solid race. I think I'll attempt the Olympic distance next summer, need to work on my swimming though!

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STEPHM-ARATHON 8/18/2014 9:31AM

    Awesome job!

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MASRITE 8/17/2014 11:20PM

    You're #1 in my book!! Way to go!! So proud of you for doing an awesome job. Was your wife there to cheer you on? Now, rest up and take some days off!!

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PMRUNNER 8/17/2014 10:17PM

    Way to go! I am really impressed and inspired!

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ROXYZMOM 8/17/2014 9:46PM

    OMG! You did great!! I don't even have the guts to try something like that!!
You are my hero!! actually, your poor wife is my hero!!

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MARGARITTM 8/17/2014 8:58PM

    Congrats on the awesome time and being in the hardware!

I know exactly what you mean about a "redemption" race.

Great job!

I am in awe!

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HDHAWK 8/17/2014 8:35PM

    Fantastic results! Just completing the race sounds like winning to me! You far exceed that no matter how you place. Congrats! emoticon

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DALID414 8/17/2014 7:20PM

    I don't event, but I'm sure the 3 days of rest played a part in your good day!
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BIGPAWSUP 8/17/2014 6:58PM

    I knew you were amazing!!! I'm so proud of you. Congratulations.

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STRIVERONE 8/17/2014 6:37PM

    You may have surprised yourself, but you didn't surprise me.
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NATPLUMMER 8/17/2014 4:13PM

    emoticon you did great!

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1CRAZYDOG 8/17/2014 2:21PM

    "We can't always excel but we certainly can continue to strive for excellence."

That sums it up. Good job. I probably would have been had pressed to even finish!

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HILLSLUG98239 8/17/2014 1:48PM

    That's terrific!

I did my second sprint yesterday. The distances were a little long for a sprint - half-mile swim, 19.5 mile ride, 3.8 mile run - but my time was 3:15. So you would have run circles (and definitely SWAM circles!) around me.

I'm glad you had a good event, especially after the trail marathon. It's nice to get that kind of boost after a disappointing result.

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