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October training log

As I start writing this post, after US Thanksgiving. My pool is closed until Monday so I figure I start to write my training post from the past 2 months. I have done a few updates but nothing in detail.

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Posted in biking, Garmin, history, Jamis, running, strava, sufferfest, swimming, teamBBC, TrainerRoad, training, tri, tri training, Xenith SLE

My Fenix3 Review

So after using the Garmin Fenix 3 for a little while. So here is a list of items I like and dislike about it. Likes: Color screen to make it easy to look at data screens options (perfect for swimming

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Training catch up April and May 2015

It is now June October so I am going to try to catch up double months of April and May. I did not work as much in May as I had planned but it happens. On April 1 I did

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Posted in biking, history, Jamis, running, swimming, teamBBC, TrainerRoad, training, tri, tri training, Xenith SLE

St. Christopher’s 5k Run/Walk and Fun Run – race report

I meant to do this sooner but it just hit me that I have not wrote a report on this race.  I did not plan on run till a few days before the race.  I was sure I have not

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Posted in history, results, running

Goodbye Fenix2

Hello all so my 3rd Garmin Fenix2 watched died on my last week when trying to upload a swim. Brief history, my first Fenix2 was great but just the wrist band connecting to the watch head broke. As mention in

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Cornwall Tri 2015

Last weekend was the Cornwall Tri (6 days ago as started I am writing this report). I am happy to say I completed it and felt good afterwards dropping some time in a few areas. The weather was great for

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Posted in biking, history, Jamis, results, running, sufferfest, swimming, TrainerRoad, tri, Xenith SLE

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