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Very Scary Swim at IM CDA is making me think twice about ironman

My friend, Scott Dewire, had a very scary swim experience at Ironman Coeur d’Alene. His wife, Rebecca, wrote about it in her blog. The important thing is that Scott is safe and sound; but, hearing him tell the terrifying experience

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Know thy Enemy

According to The Art of War, by Sun Tzu “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not your enemy, for every victory gained you

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Sugoi Velocity Tri Suit Review, Part 2B

I put the Sugoi Velocity Tri Suit through some more testing. Part 1 is a video blog about swimming in the suit. I really loved the suit in the water. It was very hydrodynamic, comfortable and felt like a second

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The Dude Swims too Fast

Hold on to your hats folks – another swimming post by Carol. I was at the pool doing my workout, which today I got from Gale Bernhardt’s book, “Swim workouts in a Binder”. I did E(Speed) #2. While I was

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I never talk about Swimming

There’s a good reason I don’t talk much about swimming. I am not passionate about it. Sometimes I have good swim workouts where I feel fishlike. Most of the time I struggle with inadequacy in some element of my stroke

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