S - 14,400 yards
B - 188.7 miles
R - 47.5 miles
Time - 19.64 hours
Not much to report this week. I was pretty tired all week and Sunday involved a missed workout and 3-4 hours of sleeping in the afternoon. It was both awesome and terrible at the same time. Mixed feelings of guilt and refreshing-ness warred within my poor mind.
Big deal of the week is going to be Rev3 SC, which will be my second attempt at embarrassing myself in a professional field. The race looks to be very competitive, the weather looks to be chilly, and it will hopefully be a lot of awesome. I don't really have any expectations other than to do my best. That may sound cheesy and contrived but it's really true; I have NO idea what to expect from this race.
Am I fast? Yea, sure. Have I trained more these past two years than most elite AGers and some pros? Yea, probably. Do I have a smart coach? I think so, but he sure can talk yer ear off sometimes. Is my equipment sufficient? I have the best wetsuit money can buy, one of the most aerodynamic bikes and positions out there, and my running shoes are just as good as anyone else's. Am I smart? Mixed responses on that one.
Anyway, on paper I should do just fine. No, I won't win (gasp!). But I think I can duke it out with some of the back of the top 10-15 guys at the race. I haven't raced a hilly half ever (Augusta doesn't count) and I haven't raced a half in very close to a year, so it'll be an interesting experience!