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Re: Isoman Tri

Postby Bendy Ben » 26 Jan 2015 21:50

JB

Tell me you arent thinking about doing this still ?

Cos if you are.... I'll have a crack at it with you x
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Re: Isoman Tri

Postby Tarka the Nutter » 27 Jan 2015 09:48

Dunno about JB but I am :-) Well if my knee is up to the bike and run. I asked them about the possibility of dropping down to the half if needed and they said I could if there was space. Or if I missed the 5.5hr swim cut off they would still let me do the bike and run and put me in the single event results :-)
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Re: Isoman Tri

Postby Jack Hughes » 27 Jan 2015 13:33

5.5hr swim cut-off.

Wow.

I almost think that because the prospect is so completely unappealing I should do it.

But not this year.
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Re: Isoman Tri

Postby Bendy Ben » 27 Jan 2015 17:45

Why am I looking at this! I like the fact you get a mandatory break between disciplines
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Re: Isoman Tri

Postby Tarka the Nutter » 28 Jan 2015 18:12

JH, I'll probably need every minute of it, given my slow swimming speed. Think they have gone for 5.5hrs for each discipline for the full.
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