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Race Week Jitters

Update from Winner Colleen Schaible of our 2017 iracelikeagirl Red Bull Sponsored Ironman Entry 

Today marks just under a week until a 7:36 a.m. swim start at the 11th Annual Pumpkinman Triathlon Festival in South Berwick, ME. And the RACE WEEK JITTERS have set in. I can hear the voice in my head starting to question…”did I train enough, what about those workouts I missed” “did I train too much, what about the soreness in my quads”, “what about the weather, oh crap, Hurricane Irma!!”, “what if it’s cold, what if it’s windy, what if it’s hot”, “what should I eat, not eat, drink” and of course I start to obsess over my weather channel app on my phone, start to read too far in to things people are posting on group chat pages…

In reality, the only thing I can count on at this point is myself and that I have put the work in and now it is GO TIME and really time to enjoy the fruits of the labor of the last several weeks of training!

Speaking of training, I was treated a week ago to an impromptu trip out to Lake Tahoe, CA from my fabulous husband who had some work to do in that area. The last time I was out there was several years ago when I did the America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride around the lake 3 years in a row. I was so pumped that I flew my bike out with me and packed my wetsuit and running gear too! In a week, I was able to log 108 miles and 7000 feet of climbing on the bike, two amazing open water swims and several jogs…all at elevation! What an incredible place to live, work and of course train. Locals do embrace the cycling community there and I have never been treated to swimming in such a glorious yet intimidating body of water as Lake Tahoe. 

While I was there, I actually entered an Open Water Swim event, 1.2 miles. I was very confident going in to the event but as the race was delayed and I spent more time on the beach, the anxiety levels rose quickly. There was a sprint triathlon that started before the swim races and as I watched the age groups go off, I also watched the jet skis bring in 5 swimmers who had complete panic attacks in the water. Needless to say, that contributed to my sense of fear! But nonetheless, I was going to get out there and do this race. The water was cold (64 degrees) and the lake at this venue is at 6200 feet so my breathing was very shallow at the start, definitely a different feeling than the other open water swims I had completed this summer. As I rounded the first buoy, I found myself sort of alone and away from the pack, enter the anxiety again…I needed to do some breaststroke to settle down and back in to a good rhythm. The water is so crystal clear that it is awesome and insanely scary at the same time as you can see exactly how deep the water is at any point in your swim. Back comes the little voice in my head saying, “future Ironmen don’t quit, you are not a quitter” and I kept going. In the end, I finished 6th female and 13th overall in the wetsuit division, 2nd in my age group. What’s more is I conquered some of my own fears and doubt by staying in the race. It would have been easy to turn over and raise a hand to take a nice ride back in to the beach but working through it and finishing strong made the experience all the more sweet.

So onward and upward to Pumpkinman! I pray for calm winds, sun and a podium in my AG on Sunday!

Then perhaps we’ll see if I can squeeze just one more race in to 2017 before taking a break, resetting, and then beginning my true journey to Ironman Lake Placid 2018!!

@iracelikeagirl #iracelikeagirl @redbull #givesyouwings  - by Colleen Schaible


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