After covering the在琼·亨利经典2.1公里，我知道我必须在公开水域游泳覆盖，并与正在运行的我很好，但是自行车节将是另一个问题。万博开户
Unlike my other triathlon (布莱尼姆宫回2014年），这个游开始湖边平台上，这意味着我们有自称一点空间来游泳前跑入水 - 这是一个有点狂躁。请参阅下面的家伙走在卵石翻滚的照片...这是正确的在我的面前。
而出乎我的意料，仍有很多自行车仍处于过渡区。水是温暖的，以至于我们并不需要雨衣意味着过渡是非常快 - 只是帽子和眼罩脱落，头盔和上，然后上腿它的自行车课程开始的袜子和培训sunnies。
I’d rented the bike that morning (after a rather worrying few moments where they didn’t have a bike for me!) and was glad that it all seemed to be working correctly – I would have had to walk with it if I’d got a flat! As usual on the bike I was overtaken A LOT. However, that just reinforced how strong I’d been during the swim. And surprisingly, I really enjoyed the bike section despite the 1KM uphill climb.
Off the bike and into the run… I know why people practice brick sessions, I had full jelly legs. The run course was flat but didn’t have any shaded sections, so the water station was very welcome about halfway through. For such a short race, I didn’t take any fuel with me but loved the orange sections they had on offer!
With no watch on (left it at home but was secretly quite pleased not to know my pace on the bike or run!) I had no idea how I was doing in terms of timing but knew that I was finishing in a little group and therefore couldn’t be doing too badly.
I’ve talked a little about wanting to do an Ironman 70.3 one day, and actually I think I’m going to look into signing up to a race in Autumn of next year as I think next summer might be my last summer holidays ever…the perfect time to train!
Geneva is just an hour and a half flight from all major UK airports, and entry to the Super Sprint triathlon is about £35, whilst the longer Olympic distance costs £65.