Kokopelli Triathlon

swim start
Another beautiful day in St. George. I couldn't have asked for better weather, the water was a warm 77 degrees, nearly too warm for my wetsuit. I noticed many others had decided to leave theirs at home. I felt better in this swim than ever and managed to maintain are fairly consistent pace and line. Though less attended than the SG tri earlier this year it was still a good group of people to race with. The first transition felt slow. Maybe sometime I will try spraying some PAM on my skin so my wetsuit comes off easier, sounds weird but people say it works.
On the bike, starting the climb. It isn't very long but at 15% grade it is enough to wear anyone down.
Finishing strong with my best time yet.

Running up the slight hill
to the turn around point.



















It was a great race, a nice break from the hot summer. It also motivated me to step up training for PumpkinMan next month.

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