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One thing about Kona. You have all these folks flying in from all over the world. Many athletes are on 3, 6, 12 hours of jetlag and their immune systems are suppressed, and you're going into a climate that is vastly different than back home. On top of that, the athletes are mingling with a ton of people. Every year you hear about some favourite that is sick on race week.
Just find a job/hobby in Triathlon where I can travel/race/chat with Pros-Industry leaders...You know livin the dream.