Racing Your Triathlon Lesson 4: When Things Go Wrong

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What to Do When Things Go Wrong on Triathlon Race Day

“What has benefited me the most is learning that I can’t control what happens outside of my pitching.” — Greg Maddux, former Major League pitcher

You have to take the bad stuff with the good stuff in both triathlon training and on race day. Your goggles may be knocked off your head in the swim; your bike tire may flat; or you might bonk on the run. Here are tips for what to do when things go wrong – which they inevitably will at some point in time during your training and racing.

Video: What to Do When Things Go Wrong

In this video, David Glover, MS, CSCS shares strategies for dealing with the “stuff” that inevitably happens on race day. A key point is to make sure you first understand your “Why?”

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