Posted by : Konstantine
Saturday, June 27, 2009
The official results are in. Again, the triathlon consisted of a 750m swim, 30km bike ride and a 5km run, done consecutively.
- Overall Place - 76/76
- Bib - 187
- Name - Konstantine Palanski
- Total Time - 1:52:14
- Class Placing - TM20-24 5/5
- Swim Place - 76/76
- Swim Time - 37:08
- Pace/100m - 4:57
- Bike Place - 67/76
- Bike Time - 48:20
- Average Speed - 24.8 km/h
- Run Place - 48/76
- Run Time - 26:46
- Pace/km - 5:22
As is quite obvious, the swimming winded me. However, by the time I was biking and running, I was back up at a competitive level. Swimming lessons, here I come.
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