Sunday, June 21, 2009

Dextro Energy Sprint Tri Results

Mood: Overall happy, although I REALLY thought my swim time would have improved more, given all the swim torture I've been going thru. Still, I pretty much hit all my goal times. Afterwards, I volunteered at the Men's ITU championship race and got to see a LOT of hawt men going very fast. Photos and excruciating details in my next post!

Dextro ITU Sprint Tri, June 21, 2009:
Age: 52
Overall place: 431 out of 477
Div: 6 out of 8
Gender place: 145 out of 169
Swim 750m: 20:51 (2:47/100m)
t1: 4:34
Bike 20K (12.4 miles): 45:59 (16.2mph)
t2: 2:10
Run 5k: 35:32 (11:28 min./mile)
Total: 1:49:04

Philadelphia Insurance Sprint Tri, June 21, 2008 (ridiculously long race report):
Age 51
Div: 12 of 18
Swim 900m: 26:35 (2:57/100m)
T1: 5:56
Bike 24k (15 miles): 1:02:59 (15 mph)
T2: 3:48
Run 5k: 36:18 (11:42 min./mile)
Total 2:15:37

15 comments:

LBTEPA said...

YAY! YAY!! YAY!!!

Shannon said...

Great job!!!!

Trihardist said...

Ooh, how exciting to race on that course! I was watching online today, and it just looked like a blast!

Gotta get some practice in transitions, girl! You can save yourself 4-5 minutes there!

21stCenturyMom said...

Look at that bike split! That is awesome! I'm not sure I've ever had a bike split that fast - no kidding. Proud of you, Jeanne! Well done!

Maryland Girl aka Michelle said...

You did great! We do need some T1 transition help! Mine was 5:18! What in the hell was I doing for 5 minutes?
Thanks for being such a support!

ShirleyPerly said...

Jeanne, that *IS* a huge improvement in swim times. But I know what you're saying ... seems like we should be way faster given the torture, I mean, work we've been putting in.

Congrats on your race!!

Jade Lady said...

Hey, i wish my swim time looked like yours! Congrats on your tri!

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21stCenturyMom said...

I'd just like to point out that you had a 16 minute PR on a short little sprint. That is HUGE! And 10 sec/100M is also huge. Try swimming a moderate 100 in the pool and then speed it up by 10 seconds and you'll see what I mean. Not easy.

Gina said...

Congrats, Jeanne! I am looking forward to your next post.

Kelly said...

GREAT job! 6 out of 8? I assume you were doing Athena? Go athenas! Wooo!

Petraruns said...

Am I right in thinking you improved on every element! I am in AWE of triathletes.. Doing 3 things well. Man. That is SO beyond me..

Janice said...

Congrats Jeanne! Sorry I was out of town to miss the entire event!

Runner Susan said...

pretty speedy! Remodeling must make you faster!

Danielle in Iowa said...

Hey you're getting speedy on that bike!