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Despite a comedy of errors I managed to get away with a podium finish in my age group at SuBIT 2019 sprint triathlon. So why didn’t I feel ecstatic about my comeback to racing at home?
I’m both scared and excited to be doing the sprint distance at the Subic Bay International Triathlon again after such a long time. I reduce anxiety by being as prepared as I can be.
While not all of my friends finished, I’m still immensely proud of them all for even having the guts to sign up and then prepare themselves all these long months so they can toe the starting line.
While I may not have raced the 3.8 kilometers of swimming, 180 kilometers of cycling, and 42 kilometers of running at Ironman Philippines, I still put my own endurance through its paces covering the 17 hours between start and finish.
I’m planning my race calendar, and I’ve picked the Subic Bay International Triathlon as my first triathlon of the year.
This week on the Dispatch I talk about what I used to be up to at this time of year, what I’m up to instead, and what I’ll be up to in a few weeks’ time. I’m also foreshadowing some upcoming product reviews.
I’m back from last weekend’s Asian Triathlon Cup Subic Bay (formerly known as the Subic Bay International Triathlon). Let me tell you, it is super difficult to cover a race […]
This is part of a new series about training venues for running, cycling, and swimming near Metro Manila. With only a two-and-a-half hour drive separating it from Metro Manila, Subic […]