> On Apr 20, 3:25?pm, "webdevguy"
> > What do you in the couple of weeks before a race? ?Taper? ?Test out
> > nutritional intake and timing?
> > If this is your first race, your mind is likely racing, pardon the pun. ?If
> > not your first race, your over your first time jitters and just want to have
> > a better race, faster time, or move up in distance.
> > John Mora published Triathlon 101 for those new to the sport and those
> > wishing to get an edge in their training and in their next race...
> > http://mytriathlontraining.com/content/weeks-race
> Unless it's the first race of the season, the answer is simple.
> You're racing the last few weeks before a race. You race almost every
> weekend, so what else would you be doing?
> Oh, wait... you cross-posted your question about triathloning on the
> bicycle racing forum. Damn, that changes everything. I suppose you
> could taper, or perhaps you can rehearse your transition technique, or
> whatever. Who cares?
Dumbass: like you don't think triathletes dope? That last couple of
weeks is enough time for the final cycle, no prob.
These days, I'm betting they don't dare anything other than autologous
reinfusion, but until the UTI* creates a bio-passport program, it should
*Not a typo, just a new, childish way to mock triathlism.
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"In rec.bicycles.racing, we coach them."