Spectator Guide #146

The numbers were posted today. I'm #146. I created a spectator guide for my family, but figured I might as well post it here for everyone. Keep in mind my predicted times are a best case scenario. Anything can happen, and I might be out there much longer. But based on my training times, I think 11 hours is doable. We'll see.


bigmike600 said...

Dude you have too much free time on your hands. We will be at timber lane watching and shooting some pictures. Back to bike catching by 2 until it is done at 5:30 and then we will be on State Street.

Let us know what you plan to wear on the bike and run. We will be watching.

You are so right about the run. A bad gut ache or tight muscle can leave you walking for a long time. But I know that won't be you.

See you later. Good Luck and keep resting up. This should be fun.

We get first dibs on sign up for 09 on Monday morning. What a great way to spend a grand.

Unknown said...

I have a collection of cowbells and will be ringing them all, but need more information on how to recognize ya as you fly by on your way to sub 11.

Mike said...

It actually didn't take that long. I found a program that you can plug your times in and it creates the maps and pace chart. Pretty cool.

So are you guys signing up for sure?

Anonymous said...

Hey I came across your blog and have been following it a little bit as I train for my first IM as well and just wondering where you found the pace calculator. Seems like it would be a great guide for my parents/friends to use.

Thanks & good luck!