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2007 Saint George Utah Triathlon - (May 12, 2007)

1.5K (0.93 mi) Swim0:29:59Pace: 2:00/100m
40K (25 mi) Bike1:12:59Average Speed: 20.84 mph
10K (6.21 mi) Run0:48:51Pace: 7:52/mile
Total Time2:35:52Official Results

At the crack of dawn Debbie, Adam, and I get ready to ride our bikes into the transition area at Sand Hallow reservoir.

Adam and I get ready to take a nice 1.5K swim in the lake. Like our baby blue swim caps?!

"And they're off!" (Adam and I are somewhere in there getting kicked and shoved!)

Adam kicks my butt in the swim, getting out in just 28 minutes.

Another picture of Adam heading for the first transition.

During the swim I really felt the lack of energy that was a result of the sickness I was trying to fend off. I came in just under 30 minutes.

Adam clips in to his brand new Cervelo P2 Carbon bike - about 2 minutes ahead of me.

Adam gets dialed in on the bike course with his new Aero bottle full of Gatorade!

Adam sporting the nice form - notice the guy behind him blowing his nose farmer style!

Adam completes the bike course, and due to an injured knee, promptly hands his timing chip to the referee.

A few minutes after Adam, I get to the bike course mounting area on my brand new Cervelo P2 Carbon bike (not to mention our new Telarus jersey)! Whohoo!

Getting dialed in during the first mile of the ride. I just got a new race fit for my bike so some of the angles felt kind of funny.

The bike went well, averaging almost 21 mph in the midst of a pretty big climb section.

Feeling great on the new Cervelo P2C. After the ride my legs felt GREAT (unlike a few weeks ago in Oceanside, where my back and legs were trashed after the bike!)

I completed T2 in under 1 minute and was off to run on the red dirt! Yuck! However, looking the bright side, my new bike really helped me conserve some energy which I would surely need for the challenging run course.

Here I am on Lap 1 of the loose dirt X-terra course. Again, HATED this run course!

Ah, Lap 2 of the course. Keep going PKO! Don't give up!

Finally, some pavement to run on! This is me coming down the final stretch en route to a 7:52/mile run.

The Finish is now in sight ... sprint through the final tape!

Adam and I take a picture to thank our proud sponsor for all of the support. We couldn't do it without Telarus' help!


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