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1. Edit it in CMS "SEO Content" Content Area on normal CMS pages.

2. E-commerce categories have it in "SEO ("SEO Content")" section.

3. E-commerce Product is editable in "SEO Data (Content)" section.

There is default one that is in /styles/master1/c/ folder. If you want to replace it, just upload image with "caption-sub.jpg" name to the folder. Size should be 1920 x 320 pixels (6:1)

You can use Caption Image field in CMS to replace it on specific pages.

Or upload Category Image on category pages.

1. CMS - "Header" field

2. Ecommerce Category - category name

3. Ecommerce Product - product name

4. Blog list - blog name

5. Blog post - post name

6. News/Events item - news/events name


Blog and News/Events module also contain subtitle that is pushed automatically from modules

Teammate Veronika Spalekova's first IM 70.3!


I want to write this report today (1 day after race), because I feel true feelings about this race and everything is so alive yet.

After finishing Donner Lake 70.3 with 8 hours finishing time I wanted to sell my ticket for this race, and try my fitness level later (maybe one or two years latter). But, people around me didn’t want to hear this idea, and I needed to appear on the start of this race. I know it’s only my decision, but I like that I can blame all the friends that tried to keep me motivated ;).

Two days before the race, IM director was sending an email about bad situation in the swimming area and many people started to panic, that swimming will be canceled. In my head I only had one thing – with or without swimming if I’ll cross the finish line I’ll be a Half Ironman and I didn’t want to think about this anymore.

IM has different rules and I should pick up my BIB and leave my lovely bike in transition the day before, therefore we decided (my family & I) , that we can make nice day in Santa Cruz once again and maybe meet my virtual friend from facebook. Everything was going according to plan and after the packet pick up and check in of my bike I had time for the briefing where they told that swimming course will be changed, but we still will be swimming :). Suddenly someone told me to my ear from behind my back “ahoj” and I knew that it is my virtual friend. It was very nice to  meet her here and having a nice time before our big race.

Time flew and we didn’t know how but it was time to go home and set up all the other things for the next day.

On race day morning it was dark in the transition and set up everything without good light was little bit hard, but I did everything necessary for the race and then I could move on to start. I have never walked from transition to start with such crowd like that day. When we came to the start, I couldn’t see anything, and it was very hard to see the buoys through the fog, therefore the race crew decided that they need cut the swimming short  and move it to a different place. Lucky me – this place was cleaner, waves were not to big and not too much seaweed. Only one things was crazy – too many people on small place and nobody knew what we are exactly doing, how we got there, and why are we doing it 

Me and my friend we decided that going to the front is the best idea and yes it was the best decision. After swimming with faster people, biking was a little bit crazy. That was because many athletes were passing me on bike, but I finished this with good time for me. Almost all the way on the bike course I had cramps in my stomach and pain under chest.

In transition I took everything down from my arms and out from my pockets and I ran fast to the bathroom with hope that I will feel better afterwards. Yes I started to feel a bit better, but it was still not easy to run up the first “horrible” hill. When I came to the first AS my husband was waiting for me (they spent the morning helping out to the runners on the AS with rest of the SVTC crew) with a coke and orange and I grabbed a banana, I drank the coke and with positive words from my husband I start to run to get my finisher medal earlier.

My husband told me that I didn’t need to run hills and I need make some small goals (he thought something like : I will run to this light, I will run to this trees, just run to that intersection,…), but my goal was clear : Just run to the finish line.

I ran almost all the way and I have PR for every discipline and I think that I can’t feel better, but I know that I am still not ready for racing this distance without pain and without people passing me. In order to get more consistent results I need to gain some more experience on the shorter distances and work on my speed. But as a lesson was the race great , learned a lot of new things about myself and I know what to improve.


I would like to thank to all the people who believed into me, all those who supported me and helped me.

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