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Its been 4 days since I crossed the line on the Promenade des Anglais and I still cant quite believe it is all over. This was my first attempt at an Iron distance triathlon
I didn't have time to write my weekly blog yesterday as I was completely engrossed in what was one of the most exciting finishes to a Grand Prix I have seen in sometime. Jenson Button
Ever since starting this blog my aim has been to keep a personal diary so that people who are interested can check out the details of my journey to Ironman France.
It's not often that I'm stuck for words but sitting here staring at my computer I'm suffering from a severe case of writer's block.
I sometimes forget just how lucky I am to be on this amazing journey. Training has been nuts the last few weeks and all too often I have found myself resenting entering this event.
This has been a really tough week mentally. The day after finishing the Marshman I realised just how much I had stuffed up my program by pushing too hard during that race.
I am a Marshman ! perhaps not quite as an impressive title as Ironman, but a title none the less. Some of you reading this may be thinking what the hell is the Marshman ? It is a half ironman race
With only 54 days until Ironman France the volume of training seems to have ramped up dramatically. When I started this journey I was following my training program
Firstly I need to say a massive sorry for to anyone that has been following my progress so far, if there is any one left still reading this. It has been ages since my last post and I am really sorry for that.
I am raising money for the British Red Cross by participating in the 2011 France Ironman. The Red Cross are a volunteer-led humanitarian organisation that helps people in crisis