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I'd need a lot of advice on training and such. I'll be in the middle of IMAZ training, the boys on the main forum said TTT is great IM training.
How hard physically will it be to do a half after a super sprint and 2 Olys??
AAHH!! What am I getting myself into? ;-)
It would be fun to meet some of the ST womens! We could get ST Womens shirts made!!
Ok, too much coffee today, but thinking about races like this gets me so excited...
Come crawling faster
I've never tried anything like this--maybe some of the TTT experts from Ohio can give us their tips for training/pacing?
I didn't train for TTT since I was already training for LP. I also didn't taper for it. If you are IM training and your long ride is up around 3 to 4 hours, then you'll be fine from a training point of view.
It's true what they say about pacing. You really can't dig too deep on any of the shorter races or you will truly feel it on Sunday. I tried really hard to keep my exertion level even. Stayed in zone 3 most of the time, except for a few of the bigger hills were I had to work harder. There's lots of big hills on all of the bike courses, so you have to have good gearing so you can spin up the hills. I had 39/53 up front and 12/27 on the back.
It's a fantastic race and one that every long course athlete should consider.
I will be there for next year as well. :)