Down and Out

Down and Out

Heading down one of the last long descents at Ironman Jönköping 70.3 I was staying low on the aerobars, taking in the last sip of energy that I had in my frame bottle when I hit the pavement, shoulder first at 60km/hr. I have no idea what actually happened and what...
Ironman Lanzarote 2018

Ironman Lanzarote 2018

Last year I had a really bad race at Ironman Lanzarote so after the race I decided to go back and try to get it right. To race here, with my physic, is as logical as how bumblebees can fly. I’m just to heavy, don’t climb well on the bike and typically the guys doing...
Electrolyte Testing

Electrolyte Testing

In my race nutrition plan I have always calculated to make sure to get 250-300cKal of energy per hour. Typically; that means carrying a bottle of my own mix on the bike (15 Isostar gels, a few boosters  with BCAA and some water to make it easier to drink). For the...
Returning to Roth

Returning to Roth

A week ago, my swim/bike/run down memory lane brought me back to what can be considered the cradle of long distance triathlon in Europe – the city of Roth in the South of Germany. It was over 20 years since I last raced in Roth and it was amazing to return and...
Q1

Q1

In business, as well as in training, it’s good to “set the pace” in Q1. Rather than dicking around and hardly getting started – looking at the budget figures as “a end of the year event” for business. Or in the case of training...

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