Rhode Island rap up

Ok i thought i should post a quick run down of Rhode Island 70.3 as the race coverage and reports were less than poor.
Ok swim- So we went off and a crew with Rhodsey and a few ITU boys led out the swim like a bullet out of a gate, i followed with Richie and Griffen on my feet.
i was lucky enough to Use my old surf skill to catch what was left of a small wave into the beach.
The bike- it was on like donkey kong and i went for it as soon as i pushed my first pedal, i soon caught race leader Brian Rhodes with Griffen and Richie still trialing behind.
We soon got past the half way point of the bike when the powerful man from Argentina (Oscar Galindaz) soon came flying by, i was able to go with him, but Giffen and Richie were not able.
Oscar and i soon established a good lead on the rest of the field, when the lead car sent us the wrong was and had to ride back a mile back on course (which we lost some time and momentum) frustrating enough.
The run- Oscar and i soon hit the run together , and for 7 miles we were shoulder - shoulder trying to break one another. soon on the 2nd lap we hit the big hill for the 2nd time and "the man" soon got away from me.
With 2 miles to go Richie soon appeared out of no where and i had nothing left to give so i gladly held onto 3rd in the end.
Next Stop Vineman 70.3 (back - back weekend)
Cheers Ambrose

NO more Games

OK , sorry i haven't been updating my blog too often.
its been difficult doing it from my phone.
Anyways a brief catch up on my endeavours.
So i have been getting quite serious lately, trying to avoid the late nights out and "chasing the laddies" so to speak. That can be more tiring than training some times.
So i have tried to break away from my typical "old school" philosophy, i went to the boulder high performance lab and done all the testing from lactate to Vo2 max Jason covered everything, which was quite interesting to learn abit more about my own body.
Also i was a big fan of Zoot sports products and am pleased to mention that i will be racing the end of the season 'Zooted" up so to speak.
Now its time for business, i have been in the past be criticized for not taking triathlon too seriously, but that's not the case, yes i go out party and muck around but when it comes to my preparation for my racers i treat them with allot of seriousness.
So i have learned abit more about my body which theirs still more to learn, i have the right tools (race apparel), so now its time for business.
Next racers the "Double header" Rhode island 70.3 - Vineman 70.3
Ready to roll