9.28.2008

Wow That Was Fast

(Me posting these pictures, not my race time (which isn't posted yet and might not be for a few days).) If you havn't yet done so, check out my race report below!

Arriving at UW-Whitewater...



Showing off how gorgeous I look at 9 am...



Setting up transition...



Attaching my race number...



Posing all sassy-like...



Posing all fierce-like...



I said to my mom this afternoon, "I hope I never go bald, cause I would be REAL ugly"...



In lane 6 ready to go...



Now begins the THOUSANDS of faceless swimming photos...







And make sure you note all my floppy wrists (bad form!)...








Now starts the fun (aka my 50 minute bike ride)...





Finally back and over the killer hill...




Finishing up my bike...



The run begins...



Trying to smile?...



Here is a big smile as I near the finish line...



Almost there...



Done and exhausted...



Time to leave (and go to Applebees)...



Thanks to my mom for cheering me on and taking all these photos!

6 comments:

Marcy said...

LMAO! You're so cute! I always do those funky faces as well. Can't be too serious, right? ;-)

Michelle said...

Yay!! Great pictures. Now I almost feel like I was there.

No, I can't feel kicks yet. Because my placenta is right on top of my tummy I probably won't feel kicks until closer to week 20. Also, first time moms (like moi) usually mistake first time kicks for gas or something so we miss it at first. I think it's going to be another month plus before I feel it. I can't wait though!!

Ordinarylife said...

Well done.

It is so weird for me to see a triathlon start in a pool. Until reading some blogs I did not even know that was done. We always do them in open water.

Steve Stenzel said...

Nice job! And great photos!! I love the "gorgeous" one near the top!

;)

Karen said...

WOW, what great pictures!!

Rainmaker said...

Wow, that's a substantial amount of swim photos. If you scroll the mouse wheel fast enough it's kinda like one of those little notepad flip books.

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