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TriStar Estonia 111- Natalias Racebericht
« am: 07. August 2012, 09:18:25 »
I have successfully finished this event
http://star-events.cc/site/fr/tristar-estonia/racedetails111/general-overview.
I was the 24th of 50 age group women. 4:47:06. (Thomas Hellriegel
has won in absolute with 3:13:42 and the best woman HÜTTHALER Lisa
finished after 3:33:54 ) I could make it faster, but I lost 2
minutes in T1, because I did not learn the rules of passing it
(change everything in the tent and only then run to your bike) and
I was to sit 3 minutes in penalty box for for drafting (I think, I
was not to blame, because everybody around me were drafting too, but
I did not protest). Also I showed a poor run, even having a 3 minute
rest after the bike. Results -
http://star-events.cc/site/fr/extras-estonia/results


I was at TriStar Estonia two years ago as a spectator and fall in
love with the lake and nature park surrounding it. The Pühajärve
lake is warm (21,8 degrees) in the beginning of August, which is the
hottest summertime in Estonia (+24, often with warm rains). The
bicycle track is very fast and safe. No steep hills, no sharp
curves, but long straight descents and ascents.(3 rounds 34+30+30
km, 1200 hm) However, the run leg (10 km) is rather hilly and many
people walked it, because they left all their power for such a
beautiful bike leg.

The Estonian Finance minister is a good triathlet, and the prime
minister is cyclist and skier. In Otepää, where the TriStar takes
place, many professional skiers have summer training camps. The
atmosphere is very sportive. Triathlon is very popular too. But many
participants train for another sport, or just want some fun. On the
other hand, many strong triathlets come from surrounding countries,
especially Russia, Belorussia, Latvia, Finland, and get the prizes.

Tristar is like a festival. On Friday evening there was 5 km fun
run, on Saturday morning - TriStar 11.1 for kids and unders
(100+10+1), on Saturday afternoon - TriStar 33.3 (300+30+3), on
Sunday - TriStar 111 (1+100+10) Many of my friends took part in all
the events or in 2 of them, and then cheered up the other participants.

I liked the race very much and look forward to register for the next
year.

Natalia Borisova
« Letzte Änderung: 07. August 2012, 09:21:32 von Lili »

Yvonne

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Re:TriStar Estonia 111- Natalias Racebericht
« Antwort #1 am: 07. August 2012, 21:39:13 »
Herzlichen Glückwunsch!  ::)




I have successfully finished this event
http://star-events.cc/site/fr/tristar-estonia/racedetails111/general-overview.
I was the 24th of 50 age group women. 4:47:06. (Thomas Hellriegel
has won in absolute with 3:13:42 and the best woman HÜTTHALER Lisa
finished after 3:33:54 ) I could make it faster, but I lost 2
minutes in T1, because I did not learn the rules of passing it
(change everything in the tent and only then run to your bike) and
I was to sit 3 minutes in penalty box for for drafting (I think, I
was not to blame, because everybody around me were drafting too, but
I did not protest). Also I showed a poor run, even having a 3 minute
rest after the bike. Results -
http://star-events.cc/site/fr/extras-estonia/results


I was at TriStar Estonia two years ago as a spectator and fall in
love with the lake and nature park surrounding it. The Pühajärve
lake is warm (21,8 degrees) in the beginning of August, which is the
hottest summertime in Estonia (+24, often with warm rains). The
bicycle track is very fast and safe. No steep hills, no sharp
curves, but long straight descents and ascents.(3 rounds 34+30+30
km, 1200 hm) However, the run leg (10 km) is rather hilly and many
people walked it, because they left all their power for such a
beautiful bike leg.

The Estonian Finance minister is a good triathlet, and the prime
minister is cyclist and skier. In Otepää, where the TriStar takes
place, many professional skiers have summer training camps. The
atmosphere is very sportive. Triathlon is very popular too. But many
participants train for another sport, or just want some fun. On the
other hand, many strong triathlets come from surrounding countries,
especially Russia, Belorussia, Latvia, Finland, and get the prizes.

Tristar is like a festival. On Friday evening there was 5 km fun
run, on Saturday morning - TriStar 11.1 for kids and unders
(100+10+1), on Saturday afternoon - TriStar 33.3 (300+30+3), on
Sunday - TriStar 111 (1+100+10) Many of my friends took part in all
the events or in 2 of them, and then cheered up the other participants.

I liked the race very much and look forward to register for the next
year.

Natalia Borisova
« Letzte Änderung: 07. August 2012, 21:42:56 von Yvonne »

 

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