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June 02, 2007

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Thomas Otter

Jeff.
Respect!

I occasionally think about doing one. I could handle the ride, and probably the run (with a tad more training than you do). but despite my surname just the thought of swimming sends me back to the couch.

We are planning a ride up Galibier and alp d`huez in september. Interested?
http://www.cycling-challenge.com/galibiernorth.htm
and
http://www.cycling-challenge.com/alpe_dhuez.htm

Michael Sullivan

Jeff, You are one crazy dude. Congratulations on a great race! When's your next Ironman?

I hope to see you at the MS150 Gambler's Classic in November.

Travel 4 Life

I'm impressed! I think you should consider a book on your experiences or even a "hacker's guide to Ironman". If nothing else it would be highly entertaining! :-)

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