I swam more than twice as much last year. I took a long break this fall where I didn't swim at all.
Last year I tried to hit 1000 and didn't quite make it. Glad to do it this year. This is way under old totals but that was before I threw biking and swimming into the mix. My body likes the 4 days of running better than the 5 or 6.
Last year I had no goal but almost hit 2000. So that became this year's goal. I wasn't sure if I would make it since I was gone to Alaska during some prime biking time. But I also upped my days per week from 3 to 4 once back and it was pure pleasure to make time for it.
Numbers Pure and Simple
17 Races Done
5 new races - something I like to do
12 Age Group Awards
Sounds ridiculous but it's true - benefit of being older
3 of the awards were first place
1 National Qualifying Race
I qualified for the age group national championships in triathlon
Like I said - it's great to get older
2 races with family members
This is way down. :(
One race a month at least except for April
Love this one too. One of the ways I do new races.
6 states biked in
Alaska, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, New York, Virginia
One Century Ride
The same as last year. Loved it.
I already did one race with my husband. It was fun but freezing! And I was slow! So why was it fun? I guess I just like to race. I am trying to run more on different routes and change it up. Tomorrow I have an errand in another town so I am plotting a new route. Finding some love in running right now which always surprises me when I get it back because the running love is so absent when I am biking.
I want to keep racing, hopefully one a month. I want to ride 3000 miles. Is that possible? Not sure but I'm reaching high. I want to tri in a new state. I want to run 1000 again with a little extra. I want to keep not letting those scary weeds get the better of me and continue to tri.
Happy New Year!