Norseman was the A-race this year and my goal was to win. At least that was what I said to my sponsors and everyone else. In that, I failed. I didn’t win. Most people imagined how bitter it must have been, racing for ten hours, leading nearly three of them, then being caught with 100 meters … Fortsett å lese It`s not about winning
Before the race, I was very calm and confident that I would win. I was out there to rip the field apart and truly smash it. Luckily I got tougher competition. Swim At the prerace briefing, we were told that we got the current against us and we could expect a slow swim. It was … Fortsett å lese Race report Norseman 2019 – the epic battle
With just a few days until showtime in Eidfjord I have been asked «are you winning Norseman?» a lot lately. The «correct» answer is that my training has been good and I will do my best, but my competitors are strong and it will be the one who has the best day who will win. … Fortsett å lese Are you winning Norseman?
I hate to freeze. It is just awful. I have never learned to enjoy it, no matter how many times I have exposed myself for it in an attempt to HTFU, short for «Harden The F*** Up». What I have learned is to not freeze while swimming in cold water, and that is done by … Fortsett å lese How to swim comfortably in 10 degrees Celsius water
Why do you continue to race Norseman? I got this question recently from someone relatively new in triathlon, who was curious about what made Norseman special. Is it pleasant jumping out of a ferry in 15 degrees cold water? Is it nice to ride across the Hardangervidda plateau in the rain, fog and a bone-freezing strong … Fortsett å lese Norseman 2019 – should you sign up?
I am an ambassador for Polar and BestBikeSplits.com mentioned in this article While being good at following numbers during a session, I very rarely do post training or racing analysis. Going thru the race combining the pure numbers and an honest view of your performance is key to improve performance in the next race. This … Fortsett å lese Norseman by the numbers – a post race analysis