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What would Olympic races look like if they took place near you?
The Ironman Distance Triathlon consists of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and a marathon 26.2-mile run. This means that in 50 days James “Iron Cowboy” Lawrence, through his own physical power, moved himself 7,030 miles.
It will be a cold day in March (or November).
The course will be mind-numbingly boring (and perhaps in Poland).
The pacemakes will form a human wall, setting the state for a time trial.
The payday will be mind-blowing, but not tethered to a specific race.
He’ll have a Paula Radcliffe’s efficiency (and vertical leap).
He’ll be 5’6″ and a buck-twenty soaking wet.
He’ll have towering self-confidence and very fast friends.
He’ll have access to things we can’t imagine.
He’ll be in his early twenties – and fearless.
What an embarrassment.
After 16 weeks of action-packed exercises that will test them to the core, the recruits in Training Class No. 283 will pass into the elite ranks of the Secret Service — or leave humiliated.