Category: Race Report

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3 Sports in 3 Countries in less than 3 hours: The Golden Triangle Triathlon

How many of you have had the experience of visiting three countries in one day? Now imagine doing that in one race – it’s a truly unique experience. Last weekend, my team-mates and I travelled to Chiang Rai in the North of Thailand to take part in the Golden Triangle triathlon. I didn’t fully appreciate the awesomeness of the race until race morning.

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The ‘F-words’ I learnt at the Amarin Unlimited Outdoor International Triathlon

Last weekend was a new experience for me. I was lucky enough to be invited to race as part of the Amarin Unlimited Outdoor International Triathlon race team at their own event in Cha’am. What a race- with not only a few jellyfish dramas but also my first overall female win in Asia. Rather than bore you all with a step-by-step account of my race which went relatively … Read More The ‘F-words’ I learnt at the Amarin Unlimited Outdoor International Triathlon

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Subic Bay 70.3 -Part 2, The Race

Following this rather unfortunate series of events (see Part 1), I managed to get myself to the startline.  Or rather, various incredible got me there. With my bike. Now for the actual race: Lining up for the rolling start of the swim, I was so ready to get going. With well rested legs after several days of mandatory rest, I was still feeling pretty rough, … Read More Subic Bay 70.3 -Part 2, The Race

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Subic Bay 70.3 Race Report – Part 1

I’m breaking this “event” into two parts, as I feel that the stress, anxiety and emotional journey of 3 days leading up to the race are worthy of their own post. Unaccording to Plan This first part has few pictures to document it. Apologies. Here is why:

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Race Report: Bangsaen Triathlon 2016  

Most people who do triathlon competitively, or any other sport competitively, or any other hobbies competitively, are likely to be very good at putting pressure on themselves. It’s one of my fortes. In some situations it is a forte- but for some it can be harmful, and just end in disappointment. So for my first triathlon of 2016 – my first real “test” since … Read More Race Report: Bangsaen Triathlon 2016  

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Surat Thani/Khao Sok 70km bike race

A spontaneous last minute decision lead me towards a whole new type of racing: bike racing. The purpose of this blog is to reflect on the 70km pure bike racing experience, with a few anecdotal snippets of the actual race thrown in.

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Laguna Phuket Triathlon 2015

Initially I thought Chicago was to be my last race of the 2015 season, but then there was a change to plan. I decided to take some time to focus on triathlon whilst training in Phuket, and suddenly LPT 2015 was set to be a pretty incredible race for me for several reasons. Firstly, my new training group Z-coaching calls Laguna it’s home, and thus for the club … Read More Laguna Phuket Triathlon 2015

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Chicago ITU Olympic Distance Age-Group World Championship

This race was the last in my pretty packed 2015 triathlon season. Coming second at the Deva triathlon qualified me to compete for GB in the Olympic distance age group World Championships.