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And The Results Are In...

...and I did achieve most of my goals. I had a great race, beat my 2008 time by 9 minutes and ran the whole run route. I even passed a few people on the bike and run (something that rarely happens). The goal I didn't achieve was being an above average age grouper. I placed 15/27...ooh so close to average.

I employed the same strategy as with the Delta Sprint and ate a PB sandwich and a bottle of sport drink 2 hours before the race and full bottle of sport drink on the bike.
Note: Living in Richmond makes it great for flat running and biking. North Vancouver is NOT flat. Ride and run more hills.

Results from 2009
740m swim = 13:20
T1/20km bike/T2 = 40:19
5km run = 27:06
Overall = 1:20:44
Place in Age Group = 15/27
Place in Female = 68/169
Over all place = 200/364


Shawn said…
Great job beating your previous time by 9 mins! Thats Great!
Shaunene said…
Looks like it was a successful event for you Congratulations! Shaun

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