I’m still very sore from the race. Basically – from head-to-toe. Like – my upper neck, all the way to my right big toe. But – it was worth it. I earned the pain! And I did it for you all!
IRONMAN Florida 70.3 Finishing Time: 6:05:05
Overall, I’m very happy with the race. No major issues. The wind was bad at times (20mph) and it was hot (91) but rained for about 5 minutes at mile 8 which helped for a bit. Thankfully, the IRONMAN staff was fantastic and had ice and water along the run.
Thank you for following along! Had an amazing time and it helped me push through the pain knowing that so many of you are tracking me and sending your love. ❤️.
Seven Days until my first IRONMAN 70.3 without a stomach! Hope you follow along. I’ll post a link to follow the race later this week. Thanks!
Excited and nervous that IM70.3 is only 10 days away. I plan on one last long session on Saturday then I’ll taper down next week. To bring new readers up to speed, this is my first long race without a stomach. Must of the nutrition and race day game plan has been untested. However – I feel good about the plan that is in place and has worked well with my training days.
Stay tuned! I’ll post a link to track my live race times when it becomes available. Thank you for reading and reaching out with encouragement. It means more than you know.
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This event is free and there are still cheap hotels around the area. Let me know if you have questions!