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New Year's honours list
prhimby prhim Jan 9th 2011
As triathletes, we're all too aware that triathlon is a solo sport. Whether you want to beat your fellow competitors, beat the clock or simply beat the finish line, the difference between having a great race and one you'd rather forget is pretty muc...
Ending the season on a high note - Hever Castle race report
prhimby prhim Sep 27th 2010
The Triathlon component of my 'Year of Living Painfully' came to its conclusion this past weekend with the Hever Castle triathlon in Kent. The run-up to the event was filled with mixed (and contradictory) emotions - sadness that it was my last Tr...
Thoughts and musings after a year of Triathlon - and questions for the future...
prhimby prhim Sep 10th 2010
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Bristol City Centre Triathlon (22 Aug) - Race Report
prhimby prhim Aug 23rd 2010
Yesterday I lined up along with 145 other competitors for BAD-Tri's 'pilot' sprint triathlon in Bristol, ahead of a hoped-for larger event next year. Overall I thought the BAD-Tri and Bristol organisers did a great job and the marshaling was top-n...
Race Report: Bristol Triathlon
prhimby prhim Jul 19th 2010
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The year of living painfully becomes a little too literal...
prhimby prhim Jun 27th 2010
When I jokingly dreamed up the idea of racing 12 duathlons and triathlons in 2010 (my first full season), the 'year of living painfully' seemed a fitting title. However, in the last couple of weeks, the title has become a little too literal for ...
Getting the distance bug...
prhimby prhim Jun 24th 2010
When I first contemplated the notion of 'getting into Triathlon' last year, I was firmly of the opinion that while I was enticed by the idea of a three-sports-in-one-race sprint, there was no way I was ever, ever going to do an ironman. Or even half...
More lessons learned
prhimby prhim May 10th 2010
Yesterday was my first ever open water triathlon; and like pretty much every other race so far this year (have now done three Duathlons and two Triathlons as part of my 12-race Year of Living Painfully - www.justgiving.com/mjfisher2010) it proved to ...
Oh for a spanky set of carbon rims...
prhimby prhim Apr 19th 2010
...and/or maybe a new set of legs. So, finally I have lost my virginity and actually competed in a 'full' triathlon. We were amazingly lucky with the weather for the Winchester Triathlon yesterday. A beautiful day and not a lot of wind on the b...
Crunch time...
prhimby prhim Apr 16th 2010
OK, time for a surprise; despite looking and sounding like a seasoned triathlete (you'll just have to imagine the sarcasm in my voice...), I've never actually competed in a swim, bike, run race. To date, all four of my races have been duathlons of...
 
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