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David Fisher
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Race Report: Challenge Cedar Point Full Distance
A race report - at least for me - has served as a utility for capturing impressions and choices I have made during races to help me in future races. They are a record I use for analysis, not for capturing touchy-feely stuff, although sometimes that creeps i...

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Race Report: HITS Kingston Half
Woke up early enough to get to Kingston right at 5am, a solid breakfast that I use through hard training days that keeps my stomach in check but provides a nice boost through the morning. Started to get an idea of how screwed up the logistics were going to ...

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Arrived, it has
The watch face has scratches and one of the watch band post holes is stripped (super glue!) but for $100, it will do nicely. In retrospect I should have gotten this (maybe the sapphire?) from the start, as it has a number of features I think are great - bar...

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Another Ambit3S issue
I did a nice brisk set of hill repeats today, and the GPS altimeter in the 3S simply couldn't figure out what I was doing. The sets look like I was doing a hill that's 3 feet tall. That's a bump. In reality, it's more like 25 feet. Also laughable, it looks ...

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Ambit 2 on its way
In a way, this is an update on my Ambit 3S purchase; I've just bought a used Ambit 2, on its way to me from Texas. The reason for it is simple  - I've grown to like having the watch when I race, and for my most critical race, the 3S will run out of battery ...

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Pat Griskus Olympic Tri
Hadn't planned this one in the calendar, but my buddy talked me into it. I was planning a couple of hours of tempo riding, but an Olympic makes a nice proxy. Got there nice and early at 5am, picked an easy to find spot near the swim exit and set up. Took a ...

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Challenge Quassy
Keeping it nice and tight this time. Woke up early around 3:30, ate a normal breakfast sans coffee to keep my stomach at bay. Worked like a charm, no GI at any point. Got a ride from my pal in town, bikes were already there from the night before. Tried a ne...

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Review: Triweaver
Site: Triweaver Score: 97: Practically perfect in every way*. * It's impossible for me to be objective, but I'll try! This 'review' is going to be a departure from the others, in that I created Triweaver as my own answer to all of the criteria I was looking...

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The big unveil....Triweaver!
After my long tour around the various activity planners, I had intimated on more than one occasion that I'd likely take my own crack at it. I'm happy to report this effort is largely complete, certainly good enough for a first release, upon which I'll build...

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Activity Tracker Summary Table
Nothing new here, just a single table to track all the results as they are posted, allowing for a quick comparison and jump pad of sorts. Site Name Total Score Layout Analysis Tools Activity Display Coaching Connectivity Importing Help Extras Training Peaks...
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