Pump it up - Adventures of a type 1 triathlete with insulin pump
Pump it up - Adventures of a type 1 triathlete with insulin pump
Please visit my new blog here: Pump it up - Adventures of a type 1 triathlete with insulin pump

Diagnosed at the age of 5, I have been a type 1 Diabetic for over 29 years; being on an insulin pump for 11 years now. I took up triathlon in 2011 and am hooked ever since! Being diabetic doesn't stop me from doing what I love - swimming, cycling and running!

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Cycling in the mountains and avoiding the glucose uphill or downhill ride
Eva29by Eva29 Jul 29th 2013
The one thing I have learnt about my Diabetes over the past 26 years of living with it is that being flexible and not afraid of making gradual changes is key to manage it well. A great example and reminder of that was my week of cycling in the stunn...
Lessons learnt: Glucose management on the bike
Eva29by Eva29 Jun 19th 2013
I am actually laughing about myself writing this. I think I said before that as diabetics we have 5 disciplines to train for in triathlon: Swim, Bike, run, transition and managing diabetes. By that I don't just mean keeping sugar levels at bay...
Swim training with insulin or without? What a difference it can make
Eva29by Eva29 May 27th 2013
After 5 month of swim training with my waterproof insulin pump, I can really notice the positive impact on my sugar levels. It really surprised me what a difference it makes on post-training sugar levels by getting insulin for 60-90min during my swi...
Intricacies of racing with Diabetes
Eva29by Eva29 Apr 24th 2013
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