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Tech said she didn't see anything abnormal (following all her disclaimers and my assurances I wouldn't quote her). She did say in her 30 years of doing it, she had never seen a heart located so low and in the location of mine. No clue what that means, she just really had to work to get the right views because everything was "different". She said could be 5 days before I hear anything official.
I think she liked me because I was the only person under 75 years old and under 300 lbs there today. I was also probably the only one who insisted on complete nudity despite her assurances it was 100% not necessary or preferred.
Case in point, everyone's (or just my) favorite triathlete.
If you don't have 2 minutes to watch the entire thing, Currie dropped his chain at Challenge Wanaka. Gomez pulled up to give him a push to try to ride it back on. When it didn't work, Gomez held up down the road for him to pull over, get his chain back on and catch up. Gomez went on to beat Currie by about 17 seconds.
@KenElPescadoPelado No, I figured it out. He is a 25 years old former college runner and I am a talent-less 37 who wasn't training and was gaining weight for 7 weeks. I can swim with him and was able to out bike him in April - now he has me across all three disciplines (probably transitions too).
When you race around here it's always the same crowd so you usually know where you are going to finish before the gun even goes off.
We purchased an Outback while still living in Los Angeles. We were weirdos out there but now blend in nicely in the midwest. Other than my wife now refusing to wear anything other than flannel and Birkenstocks, I think it's a pretty great car for hauling anything and everything around and still getting an ok 24.5 mpg on average. My wife's new "friend" Big Marge really likes it!