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Welcome back to this 3-part series designed to help you conquer your triathlon transition. If you’re like me, pictures speak 1000 words. You can tell me all day long how to set-up my race transition, but seeing is understanding. So, today’s post will be just that- mostly pictures,with a few tips. Getting Started The first…
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The transition during a triathlon race can be stressful and intimidating. This article is the first of a 3 part series to help conquer the transition, with practical tips and lists.