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I'm not sure where that race came from, maybe 2 years of frustrated aggression after my back surgery, who knows. All I know is I felt AMAZING out there all day long. After the debacle at IMC in August, I was prepared to put away my Kona / podium dream and be at peace with the decision. When the body won't go anymore, there is not alot you can do but accept it and move on. Anyhow, like I said, I never had even the slightest twinge of muscle spasms, cramps, problems that laid me out at IMC. I felt like a I had the body of my 30 year old self out there Sunday. Not having any expectations help me just stay focused on myself all day. I had NO idea what my position was, what my splits were (except bike, and I freaked myself out big time when I was 5:27 at 110 miles, I figured I blew it), but my friends told me I was 4th off the bike. I kept waiting for the stampede to come pass me on the run, but it never happened.
Anyhow, I shocked myself, my friends and family with what race. Beyond my wildest thoughts. I'm totally psyched, and ready to train hard for some 1/2's next year.
Race report is in the works