Pics from MrJenRuns (he didn't get any of me running, the course was too far out and way too narrow for him to get out there). He does a good job, though, I really want to get him a better camera--he would love that. One of these days!
Hangin' loose before my wave started. 2nd to last wave, ugh, so it was hot already...the first wave left over 30 minutes before us. The good part was that I'm married to a surfer, so he told me to line up on the far right-there was a decent current. So many people were getting pushed to the wrong side of the buoy, this worked out great for me as it got me about 2 feet outside of it for the turn without fighting the current. It was a nice bay to swim in, the open ocean was really choppy. It was clean but really rocky and the water was super sandy so you couldn't see more than an inch in front of you in the water...that's a good thing for me, I don't want to see the fish!
I'm way on the outside still here, you can see people already on the wrong side of the buoy.
Out of the water and there are still a bunch of people behind me, yay! Of course there were a bunch in front of me. I was right about the middle of my wave.
T1 was quiet since my wave left so late:
Passing by the park after coming back down the Rickenbacker before heading down Virginia Key. I didn't spend much time in aero, I was worried with the gusty wind...wimpy-wimpy-wimpy