Yup, just confirming what you already knew.
I’m in Florida, working and training and trying to keep myself busy.
At some point I will get around to updating this, as I’ve got some exciting things to discuss for this
upcoming already here season.
In the meantime, go read a great article that Jenny Leiser wrote about me and my transition from rowing to triathlon, specifically swimming.
And, if by some chance you found this site, and don’t follow me on twitter, go ahead and do that. @adamfurlong
As I was racing at IMFL, I had a lot of time to myself, and whenever I needed it, I had a laundry list of people that I could imagine were biking, running, or walking next to me, encouraging me to keep moving forward. You’d be surprised how quickly 10 hours and 26 minutes can go by when you are surrounded by friends and family. Sidebar: You’d also be surprised to know how long it can take to cover miles 23-26.2 when you can’t even move at 10:00/mi pace (spoiler: more than 30 minutes). So, while Tim Ferguson already published his RR in the form of a series of thank you notes, I’m going to provide a similar RR, because the distance and magnitude of a race like this cannot be undertaken by a single person. It takes a village, as the saying goes.
You’ll notice that the village consists of both companies and individuals. It’s a shame that I feel the need to clarify this, but I don’t receive any financial support from anyone below in exchange for their mention. Performance has always been what is most important to me, so I’ve only ever partnered with products/services that I felt would help me obtain my goals. Like I did on FB, I’ve listed everyone below in alphabetical order.
I’ve thrown some pictures in because 2200 words is a lot to digest (I’m warning you now), so hopefully the pictures help!
TL;DR version (results). Continue reading Ironman Florida – November 2