Weekly Race Report – 6/19/11

Here is the official Endurance Nation results update for the week ending on 6/19/2011. EN had a total of 11 athletes race in everything in a variety of tris…with a over 70% earning a personal best! Congrats to everyone — you can read the full details below.

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Races on 6/18

High Cliffs Jeff Linkus ran this half Ironman® and earned a new PR of 5:44.

Patriot Half Ironman® – This race had 4 EN members, including Coach Patrick who finished in 4:26.  Colin Cook crossed the line in 4:40:50.  Henry Sacco finished his race in 5:40:24.  John Withrow completed the race in 5:38:31.  ALL four competitors PR’d!  Members can read race reports for all racers as well by clicking their names above.

Tinman Triathlon – Zach Copeland finished his sprint tri in 1:17:26.

 

Races on 6/19

Boulder 5430 Sprint – Aaron Linkow raced to a 1:37 finish time.

Callaway Gardens Sprint – Joe Matchette finished his race in 53:17.

Cutting Edge Half – This tri had two EN team members racing and both earned PRs! Brian Quarton (photo at left) finished in 4:50:02 and Ed Shimon crossed the line in 5:23:29.

Webster Lake Triathlon – Mike Graffeo competed in this sprint triathlon and finished in 1:07:33 for a new PR.

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    In the training week, speed work should be carried out after a period of rest or light training. In a training session, speed work should be conducted after the warm up and any other training should be of a low intensity.

  • sprint training
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    In the training week, speed work should be carried out after a period of rest or light training. In a training session, speed work should be conducted after the warm up and any other training should be of a low intensity.

  • sprint training
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    In the training week, speed work should be carried out after a period of rest or light training. In a training session, speed work should be conducted after the warm up and any other training should be of a low intensity.

  • sprint training
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    In the training week, speed work should be carried out after a period of rest or light training. In a training session, speed work should be conducted after the warm up and any other training should be of a low intensity.

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