This morning I did a sprint triathlon (700 yard swim, 18 mile bike, 4 mile run) called the Tri for Real. On the plus side, I had an actual road bike this year. On the minus side, I broke all the rules of preparing for a triathlon: I only got four hours of sleep the night before, I worked out the day before, and I only trained for a short time after coming back from Kilimanjaro. So how did I do?
In 2009, I completed the same race in 2:03 (two hours and three minutes). In 2010, I finished the race in 1:53:02. I shaved ten minutes off my time from last year! Yay! Here I am afterwards:
Sweaty, but happy. Afterwards, my wife and I ate a tasty breakfast at Stacey’s Cafe in Pleasanton. Scott Adams, the creator of Dilbert, co-owns that restaurant, so I got to work out my geeky side along with my physical side today.