Don’t worry, I’m still here, and sorry for the silence. It hasn’t quite been the start to the year I had I mind. On the first weekend back after my 1st of 3 planned training camps, I was out on a bike ride on roads I’ve cycled hundreds of times. There was some grease/oil on a corner and before I knew it, I came off
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
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
Hello everyone! It’s been a while hasn’t it? The last time I posted was way back in February and since then plenty has happened. I have been very busy trying to balance training around my work despite the fact I went part-time in January. Believe it or not, this has not led to much more free time than before.