There aren’t enough hours in the day for the average age-group triathlete.
Let’s face it: During and after a continuous 140.6-mile race, we’re a far cry from normal.
It’s amazing, really, what sort of effort you can pull out of your body at times when you least expect it.
With 2012 nearly a wrap, many athletes are already feeling a bit fidgety from inactivity and wondering how to strategize an optimal 2013.
The five-time Ironman Champion’s only finish lower than first place at the Ironman distance was in Kona 2011.
Today’s press conference focused on ten of these athletes, five men and five women professionals each aiming for a place atop the podium.