2019 Kona Game

On 5 October 2019 By

You can find the start list of both male and female races here: https://www.trirating.com/always-up-to-date-kona-2019-startlist/   – Please send $20 via PayPal (jcxray48@hotmail.com is my PayPal account) or Venmo (@Jack-Cartwright-2) to play the game, winner takes all most likely (depending on the total players, the more that play the more that can be paid out), unless […]

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Being Prepared

On 19 December 2013 By

A few months ago, I had an interaction with a pro triathlete that began from him claiming his race was destroyed due to a poor response from the neutral support. I gave him some advice that was not taken well. After that exchange, I began to think more about what it means to be prepared […]

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First Impressions: Cervelo P5

On 23 January 2013 By

Upon first hearing about a replacement for the P4, I was very intrigued as my trusty P3 was showing some age and in need of a complete overall.  I had some great races on the P3 and it has proven to be one of the fastest frames ever designed, even against the most recent super […]

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A long time coming

On 21 August 2012 By

As I was uploading my training and reviewing the work I have done over the recent weeks, I noticed that my run and bike volume looked pretty respectable. Not the 2007-2009 kind of respectable, but considering the injury in 2010 and it was pretty reading. I have gotten back to a pre-injury training level (bike […]

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In the lab

On 12 August 2011 By

I have never been a big fan of invasive lab testing to determine thresholds, maxes, etc for athletes. I prefer field testing on terrain and in conditions that are reasonably consistent, but always easier to manage and less costly. I have recently been invited to participate in a supplement study for a major food and […]

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