Glad to hear the knee is holding up ok, make sure you get some strength back before smashing into the running again!gergreg wrote: ↑January 11, 2019, 7:23 pmDid 40k when it was probably a little too hot and didn't carry enough water. Knee felt pretty good though. I'm going for a lap of stromlo this w/e which should be fun. I had planned on doing a little running over the Christmas break but another few months can't hurt (waistline excepted).Coastalraider wrote:Saw you are back on the bike Greg, hows it feeling??
What are your goals this year? You pushing for Kona?
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No to Kona for me, I don’t see myself as ever getting quick enough for that. Unless you can finish top 5 you dont really have a chance, and then you would need rilldown anyway, as there are usually on 2-3 spots per age group at each event.
I’m doing Port Macquarie Ironman again, I have a coach now, so will be aiming to go a bit quicker than last year.
Depending on how I pull up physically (and mentally!) after Ironman, I’m toying with the idea of trying to qualify for the Aussie team at the ITU world long course champs. That’s a little easier than Kona.