Category Archives: Triathlon

Thanks for the wheels

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I went out for a few scoops last night to say goodbye to JP who has moved on from Sage and will soon be heading down south to live in ‘Shandy-land’ as he calls it. I’ll fondly remember our cycling adventures together; the … Continue reading

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Final weigh in

My Oulton Park duathlon is tomorrow and I’m ready for it.  Just like Ricky I’m partial to a glass of stout and the odd kebab, but another similarlity I’m more proud of is that I could now meet him in his welterweight division … Continue reading

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Knock-out session

Twas a busy busy morning.  A bit of overtime tomorrow meant that I needed to do a bit extra today to keep my training against the plan.  I ran my morning constituational at a pace and then leapt onto the ride … Continue reading

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The return to Staly Vegas

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Last weekend I had the pleasure of a first ever trip to Stalybridge as a group of us from work took in the sights on a Trans-Pennine xBeeeeRL Train run to drown our sorrows at the loss of Stew from … Continue reading

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Getting down to business

Today I took my first ride out for 2011 on the road bike and I felt brave enough to fix aerobars onto the handlebars.  The bars shown below came with the bike when I bought it second hand through e-bay but I … Continue reading

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Time to get serious

I have a duathlon approaching at the start of next month so it’s time to stop messing about and get a little bit more serious with my training.  I booked into this event at the end of last year as … Continue reading

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It’s been a really busy year and 2011 is probably going to be even busier. Physically, 2010 has been the most satisfying of my life; breaking and smashing all sorts of targets I have set myself.  At the age of 39 … Continue reading

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