Finishing an Ultra ANVIL is 90% mental, the other half is physical!

 

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SALES Pages

It's been awhile coming...but we now finally have the Sales pages up and running. Find the links on the side or the top and see what we have. Let me "Kirb" know what you want...any questions you might have and we will take care of you. Check every so often for new things we will be adding. One way to stay informed is to like our Ultra Tri Face Book page, here is the link click here    for the FaceBook Page


   

 

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December 2013 Poem

The following poem was penned by Sarah Speicher, who completed the October 2013 Virginia Double ANVIL. She's a poet and we didn't know it.

ANVILIZATION

Twisting and turning all through the night
Heart beat pounding through the invasive fright
Rising to eat hours before daylight
Foam rolling and stretching to avoid the dreaded tight

To read the rest, click here for the document

   

 

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Consider Helping Race Staff out or be a Support Crew for a racer

Are you thinking of tackling the Double or Triple ANVIL Triathlon. Have you upped your training which should consist of some overnight training and sleep deprivation. What else might be invovled in a successful finish for you? Think about coming out and helping either the race management OR crew for an athlete. Not all athletes can bring their own support crew, usually it's a money issue with having to travel a long distance.

But either way - you will see how the race unfolds, what atheltes are doing right, do wrong. Will answer some of your questions and make you think of other things you hadn't thought of. Email Steve Kirby at steve@USAUltraTri.com for more information and to be added to the list.

   

 

 

Course Photos for the Florida Double ANVIL Triathlon

 
 
Bike, Run and Awards Ceremony/Banquet photos of Tampa/Flatwoods Park
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View once you leave the back parking lot to Flatwoods Park, heading towards the loop.
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Another portion of the bike path, this is the only elevation change you will encounter, just a slight downhill and then up again and that's it.
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This is the back waterstop area of the bike loop, this is where you will take a right turn to continue onto the bike loop, 3.5 miles to the front of the loop where the timing station and support crew area is. Once you start doing the full loop itself, when you come upon this, you will be taking a left turn. At night, I will have a cone with a flashing light on top to mark this spot as where you take the left turn, and so you won't continue continue straight and head back towards the back park lot.
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A close up view of the right turn onto the bike loop itself.
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The front view where the run turnaround will be, my computer/staff will be under the shelter and the timing gate will be on the pavement where you will swipe your chip.
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Another view of the run turnaround.
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