Windsor OD - a race of clusters!

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Re: Windsor OD - a race of clusters!

Postby Jack Hughes » 18 Jun 2014 15:34

kfjatek wrote:Blimey, sounds like all the clusters that DIDN'T happen for you in Sieraków (where everyone had expected they would) decided to come back with a vengeance!

Well done for sticking to it and crossing the line regardless - I'm glad that PL has awakened the love of tri in you again :-)

:ugeek:


I think the key difference is that someone competent organised Poland for him. Windsor he had to do on his own.
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Re: Windsor OD - a race of clusters!

Postby Jungle_re » 20 Jun 2014 17:29

Great report, I think you should race I'm Sweden as me
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Re: Windsor OD - a race of clusters!

Postby ris » 20 Jun 2014 17:45

nah, without kwerty there as pa he'd end up in switzerland, on the wrong day, in the middle of the night, but with his bike on the flight to stockholm. :lol:
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Re: Windsor OD - a race of clusters!

Postby Max Headroom » 20 Jun 2014 21:38

Sounds like you had a top day out! Good to hear you've got the bug back.
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Re: Windsor OD - a race of clusters!

Postby birdyman » 24 Jun 2014 14:20

Great race report and great that you have got some mojo back. I agree that the price was risible this year and also, despite my own pathetic swimming ability, have always been baffled at people walking along in the shallows during the swim. Why enter a tri?

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Re: Windsor OD - a race of clusters!

Postby didds » 19 Sep 2014 23:13

Top effort Ben :-)

hey - this IS the BCTTT ... right? Its entire ethos and raison d'etre is for people to stuff up and be slow and generally not have a clue while trying the best they can.
If CH didn't invent this club for races like THAT what did he invent it for? Where's the fun in being slick and perfect? [1]

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