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Ironman Langkawi
Thank you all for your kind words of encouragement to get
this blog up and running again! Didn’t know there was much response here and
have left it in a lingo for a while. My bad! Lets get started shall we? J _ Langkawi has always been this mystical place t...
Ironman Langkawi
Ironman Langkawi
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Journey to my world championship part 3
Race day is here 8th of October is my calling. The most anticipated day in the whole year for me. Woke up at 0400hrs and munched on my cereal. Taste was bland and the restless night of tossing and turning didn’t help to the start of my day. I was really luc...
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Journey to my world championship part 2
My season for 2011 started January after the New Year celebration. I signed up for china ironman and Aviva 70.3. My main goal was to try to qualify for Kona world championship before I go into the next age group, 25-29. I drew out my training plans and foll...
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Journey to my world championship part 1
2 years ago, just 3 weeks away from 70.3 world champion, I got hit by a car while cycling alone. I broke my left femur bone, right ankle, tore ligament on my right knee, fracture my tail bone and because of my helmet, I managed to only have a small blood cl...
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Aviva 70.3
I return from the Aviva 70.3 with so much more returns. Much more than I can possibly imagine. I have mixed emotions as to how my race went. As this year I am no longer racing for myself but rather, I am racing for a foundation that I very much support. The...
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Cairns Ironman
It has been almost two weeks now since I cross the finish line of the first Cairns Ironman along esplanade drive. All those months of preparations and sacrifices I had to make since January just to make sure I have no excuses for myself not to perform. And ...
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I raised a lot of questions to myself in the weeks leading up to the race. Running has never been the same for me in the past 3 years since coming out from the accident with a broken femur. I recover slower and have an awkward running gait whenever I run. N...
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Phuket 70.3
I completed Desaru with a lot of questions unanswered and needed to move on with it so i plunged myself deep into the preparation works for my last Ironman sanctioned race of the year. I was back into full-on training mode a week right after Desaru and i wa...
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