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Friday, December 20, 2013

Every State Has a Story

As I continue with my recap list, here are some favs:
  • Most Chaotic Transition: WEST VIRGINIA.  With a Sprint, Olympic and Half Ironman distance happening in the same small parking garage, there were bodies everywhere going every which way.  While most transition areas are outdoors, this one was in an underground parking garage.  Impossible for spectators to view and challenging to maneuver around other athletes.
  • Coldest Water: MAINE.  A dock start plunge into the Atlantic Ocean took my breath away.  Maine water NEVER warms up.  Low 50s for sure and you could hear gasping as everyone jumped in.  Brutal.
  • Most Frightening: OHIO.  Tornado.  Gail force winds.  Rain.  That's all I'll say about that.