Expectations Well, what an eventful season it has been, full of highs and also lows. It’s probably been the toughest year of triathlon I’ve had since I started racing 4 years ago. I had lots of preconceived ideas coming into this season. I figured I’d fly in every race, finishing in the top 3, and
Ironman 70.3 Weymouth is the only race in 2018 I also raced in 2017. I was hoping to have a few more races where I could compare my performance year on year but illness meant I missed Grafman and I didn’t fancy the revised bike course up a mountain in Dublin. Repeating it was the
It has been a busy couple of weeks with two half ironman races on back to back weekends. I entered Ironman 70.3 Gdynia in Poland on the 5th August, followed by the Challenge Turku in Finland on the 12th August. Racing on consecutive weekends at this distance is never ideal so I wanted to see how quickly
1st Ironman completed I still don’t think I’ve fully processed that I have now finished a full Ironman! I think this is partly because I actually didn’t feel as bad the next day as I thought I would do, which seemed to baffle my sister. I surprised myself at how calm I was
Sorry I have been a bit quiet since the end of last year (here are my results). Alastair and I were wrapped up in our Wedding in December and then it was Christmas. But, it’s time to now concentrate on the season ahead, and that means a lot of work. I have just finished a 10-day training camp in Cyrpus.