TT2A racing :: IM Copenhagen

Anders aka ‘Viking’ ON DEBUT raced a 10h50 ay Ironman Copenhagen πŸ™‚ According to CP the game plan, as far as the training – was 11h30, meaning any day of the week. However at very best, with everything going well as far as conditions, CP had predicted 10h50 but this would require ‘red line risk’ racing. Anders not only went 10h50 but he did not go much higher than 75% HR – he followed the game plan and rules to the second.
This is a very special moment for CP, when somebody truly prepares well and truly believes in their
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mentor and THEMSELVES then he sees the results. CP has experienced this with a few athletes over the years – those who truly were programmed and prepared to actually hold back and believe in their coach (Stuey aka ‘Clipboard’ almost top of that list with his 9th at the ITU Worlds in China in 2011). 10h50 is a big deal, an impressive number on debut that only a few have accomplished at his age (which is by no means old) and with only a few years in the game. Well done the Viking. Top 10 on the T2A leader board too πŸ™‚