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  1. Taylor Leigh Decker
    December 13, 2016 @ 2:42 am

    I really appreciated this! I am a newlywed and my husband recently starting his immersion into trisports this past September. Definitely experienced some uncomfortable change and disruption to our newfound love bubble, but am taking it on because I can see how good it is for his mind and self-esteem to know he can accomplish such challenging physical feats. He is venturing to do his first 1/2 Ironman in Hawaii next June – ironically which falls right before our 1 year anniversary and think I’m going to go all out for this. Matching athletic zip ups and do it right! I didn’t make the second one he did due to work conflicts so he took a friend that he trained with and did great.
    I will be reading more posts!

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    • TriWivesClub
      December 16, 2016 @ 1:12 pm

      Hi Taylor. Welcome. I hope you are spending some special time after the race in Hawaii. The island is gorgeous and full of tons of fun activities if you haven’t been before. We have tons of suggestions in our Kona guides as we have been many times. I even got married there! Let us know if we can answer any questions or help in any way!

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  2. Anna
    October 21, 2017 @ 5:24 pm

    I think I am still #1 after 3 years of being a Sherpa, but I can see how moving into #2 could benefit me 😊 My first full IM race was exhausting, frustrating and full of anxiety by the end of it… I always befriend lonely Sherpas at the race for moral support and tell them about your club.

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    • TriWivesClub
      October 22, 2017 @ 6:26 am

      Thank you so much! It’s much nicer to be with fellow trisupporters than standing all by yourself…

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  3. Dot
    November 4, 2017 @ 2:21 pm

    I finally divorced my tri husband because life with him became incredibly boring. Who cares what your personal best time is? Grow up! I find triathletes vapid and self absorbed by their endless fitness rituals. The money and time that went to the pursuit of his fitness goals made me think I was living with a teenaged boy who couldn’t stop thinking about his own performance. I am so glad I divorced his ass. I hope his expensive bike and athletic apparel bring him much comfort when he is burnt out from pushing his body for years. What a waste!!!

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    • TriWivesClub
      November 5, 2017 @ 8:40 am

      Ouch! I’m so sorry for the horrible experience you had. Luckily, not all triathletes are that bad. I wish you all the best in your new life, seriously…

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