For the first time in many years it looks like Denamark is getting a white Christmas, so it might be a good reason to make the holidays at home and get the real Christmas feeling, but no, we decided to fly against south and make the holidays on Gran Canaria
Actually just a short answer is: no, you dont need to, but if you want to improve and go faster…….
Go to headline food, and everyday food: experience and enjoy! Healthy salad filled with colours for a dark November evening
After an Ironman it is very important to keep a break from the hard and long training passes, and let body to relax
I have had some days now, to reflect on my race on Hawaii. Actually I have to say, it is something different out there. Why then?
I was the only woman from the Nordic countries on the podium in Kona 2009
There was no other scandinavian woman in the professionals nor in any of the age groups. The feeling, when I heard my name, and went up on the podium in front of about 2000 people, to get my price, was fantastic. Again i felt very gratefull, to have the chance to compete against so many good athletes, in such an event. It was truly a complete feeling, to stand on the podium in Kona.
Even better, as I heard a woman shouting “juhuuuu…Kaisa”, and I was sure that it was Neri, the wonderful wife of Craig Aleksander. That was really cool of hear, because there was not many I knew in the crowd in front of me.
Again thank you for all my friends, sponsors, volunteers and race directors, that were there for me that day. I am greatful for this day, as it ended up to be one of the best races of my life so far!
I got to be number 5 out of 57 ladies in my agegroup, and this means that I get a podium place in tomorrow evenings awards. This was my goal and I am happy.
Latest pictures from Kona, Hawaii.
FOLLOW THE RACE ON SATURDAY ONLIVE FROM THE SITE www.ironman.com , starting at 19 Danish time and 20 Finnish time. My Bip/racenumber is 822, you just track with that and you will find me. See you out there
It is almost there, RACE DAY, closer than ever, and I feel more an more confident of my race