V Triathlon Cros Baza Reale Seguros
The first Cross Triathlon I have ever attempted and very nervous about completing this event, especially the mountain bike section. No pressure, but my sister is watching me race for the first time as well as two friends from Alcala La Real.
The lake where we had the swim was absolutely stunning, however, this did not quite take away the fact that the water was still VERY cold, although the official temperature was 19 degrees!
I have been experiencing issues in the swim section lately with panic attacks at the start causing difficulty in breathing and the last race in Granada I breast-stroked the whole way around. Thankfully, for the first time in a long
The mountain bike ride was extremely difficult and went over all different terrains including, sandy, muddy, stony, gravel (my worse as you really have to power through to not fall down) with some really steep up-hills (I walked at least half of the longest one) and some scary downhills. I survived and finished the bike leg which for me was a great outcome/success (*laughs*). I think my sister was getting anxious as the cyclist
The run was in town with the start going uphill (of course!) but then some flat and downhills and not too difficult. My issue at the start of the run
Once again, a very well