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  Topic: Brexit in action?! Question re French Tris and licensing
stenard

Replies: 2
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PostForum: General   Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 4:58 pm   Subject: Brexit in action?! Question re French Tris and licensing
The title is a bit tongue in cheek, as I think it's wider than that.

So, in the past triathlons in France have always required you to have a medical certificate and buy a day license, unless you we ...
  Topic: The Sub 11 Ironman Thread
stenard

Replies: 533
Views: 85159

PostForum: Training   Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 2:49 pm   Subject: The Sub 11 Ironman Thread

...drag course dual carriageway courses are a suck, yes.
However, keeping aero, on the bars, for 20 minutes to 4 hours is specific to triathlon.
If you can keep in that position, at a given power ...
  Topic: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
stenard

Replies: 460
Views: 16787

PostForum: Off-Topic   Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 1:17 pm   Subject: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
An earlier post mentioned Cameron appeasing the far right. I would like to know the measure used to determine this. I have a hunch that currently the far left pose s much bigger threat to the world.
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  Topic: The Sub 11 Ironman Thread
stenard

Replies: 533
Views: 85159

PostForum: Training   Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 10:50 am   Subject: The Sub 11 Ironman Thread
I haven't seen it written anywhere for a while, but there was a school of thought that Z3 was 'junk' mileage; you either did Base or Threshold.

I'm not sure if the same people advocated 'sweet spot ...
  Topic: Kona - Your 2018 picks
stenard

Replies: 17
Views: 434

PostForum: General   Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 10:47 am   Subject: Kona - Your 2018 picks
It'll be interesting. He did just run a 2:50ish marathon at the end of an IM didn't he? That's a step change from not being able to break 3hrs, and moreso versus the 3:20 he ran in Kona last year.

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  Topic: IM 70.3 Weymouth
stenard

Replies: 93
Views: 4145

PostForum: Events   Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 10:07 am   Subject: IM 70.3 Weymouth
My mate done Weymouth,hes in one of the older AGs, punctured twice during the bike,he was using tubs,was in a lay-by with another competitor who had pulled out due to the cold, he refused to lend my ...
  Topic: The Sub 11 Ironman Thread
stenard

Replies: 533
Views: 85159

PostForum: Training   Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 9:54 am   Subject: The Sub 11 Ironman Thread
I'll caveat this post by saying that I'm going to be aiming to increase my ftp over the winter using the TR plans. But I am wondering if outright ftp is a worthy metric?

When I started with TR in ...
  Topic: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
stenard

Replies: 460
Views: 16787

PostForum: Off-Topic   Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 5:15 pm   Subject: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
Thanks for that reply. Without wishing to antagonise, I think that's a rare occurrence of you explaining your position. And it's helped. I've got to head off now, but there are a few things I'd counte ...
  Topic: The Sub 11 Ironman Thread
stenard

Replies: 533
Views: 85159

PostForum: Training   Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 5:08 pm   Subject: The Sub 11 Ironman Thread
How does this sound - sensible or stupid? Will it trash me too much?

If my goal is to ride 210w for an IM in July, add a weekly ride in now that just sits at 210w and extend it weekly/monthly unti ...
  Topic: Training? What training?
stenard

Replies: 561
Views: 69168

PostForum: Training   Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 4:44 pm   Subject: Training? What training?
Finally managed to get back into some kind of training the last couple of weeks. It's needed with Ibiza ETU Middle on the horizon.

Managed 9hrs two weeks ago (2:20 swim, 5:40 bike, 1:00 run) and th ...
  Topic: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
stenard

Replies: 460
Views: 16787

PostForum: Off-Topic   Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 4:23 pm   Subject: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
I have read what you've written. My response is that that is your rationale for why you voted leave, and your interpretation of what the referendum question was actually asking. Just as you are corre ...
  Topic: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
stenard

Replies: 460
Views: 16787

PostForum: Off-Topic   Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 2:54 pm   Subject: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
As Jorgan has summarised quite nicely, what I am saying is, like it or not, a fact. One option on the ballot paper had a known outcome. One had a myriad of potential outcomes,

I believe I responded ...
  Topic: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
stenard

Replies: 460
Views: 16787

PostForum: Off-Topic   Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 2:46 pm   Subject: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
But what's your point? Just constantly reiterating stuff in debates, and not answering a statement directly is ...pointless.
I kind of get eJC's approach to normal threads on here. As a coach, he tr ...
  Topic: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
stenard

Replies: 460
Views: 16787

PostForum: Off-Topic   Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 2:38 pm   Subject: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
Fine. Let's just agree you wont even contemplate considering what I am saying. Just keep reiterating that information was available to both sides. At least I've acknowledged that was true when trying ...
  Topic: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#
stenard

Replies: 460
Views: 16787

PostForum: Off-Topic   Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 1:46 pm   Subject: Referendum 2: The return of the #@?#

who mentioned outcomes?

i shall repeat the post because currently your response is a complete misrepresentation of the facts....

they voted out based on the same information as those who vote ...
 
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