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Training Log Archive: BigRez

In the 1 days ending Jun 11, 2011:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Run1 1:06:00 9.32(7:05) 15.0(4:24)
  Cycle1 1:03:00 24.85(2:32) 40.0(1:35)
  Total1 2:09:00 34.18(3:46) 55.0(2:21)

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Saturday Jun 11, 2011 #

Run race (OD (Turned Duathlon)) 1:06:00 [4] 15.0 km (4:24 / km)

Oshima OD
As weather was a serious typhoon outside they cxl'd the swim leg of the race and decided to turn it into a duathlon 5kmrun/40kmbike/10km run. by the time the race started the rain had subsided and winds calmed down a lot more. did the first 5km run in 20min which was a little faster then i thot so questioning the actual distance of the course. that run felt pretty good. the second 10km run was more challenging and was slightly demoralizing as i was getting passed by what felt like a fk load of ppl... turned out to be 46min but i mustve had about a 2min transition which was included in that time so guess my run was more like 44min... not bad by any means but made me realize i have to and should be able to get faster.

Cycle race 1:03:00 [5] 40.0 km (1:35 / km)

Oshima OD
absolutely hammered the bike leg, was a fast course, hopefully can get smoething resembling this time in future races. felt good passing a lot of ppl and didnt know until after the race when Kylie told me but apparently i had a group of riders drafting behind me the entire race. as the bike time included T1 (which was slow for me) i'm guessing on paper those riders came out ahead of me but pumps me up to think that i may have had the 3rdish fastest bike split in the race (officially was #7). i was a little worried bc i hadn't tightened my handle bars tight enough after assembling my bike from the bike bag and the handles were moving a bit each time i went over the gutters. towards the end of the 3rd lap as i went over a gutter, the bars moved down a lot and i scared the fk out of me, was able to hit them from underneath so they came back up but from that point on wards for the last lap i made sure to get out of aero and hold the sides of the handles while going over each gutter. note to self tighten that sht as hard as possible whenever traveling...

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