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Triple T in Shawnee Ohio is 4000 ft. for the half and about 2000 feet each for each of the 2 Olympics, but you have 2 days to do them. I did the half scale versions, and got about 1300 feet in each of the Sprints and 2000 in the Olympic. I would be dreading that for an IM @James Lange. Regarding TT bike, If I ever do Triple T again, I vowed to take my TT bike, but that's cause my roadie is heavy. If I had a carbon roadie, I'd use that for sure. The descents were rather technical, and being on the roadie was best for me. Full disclosure though, most folks had the TT bikes. I'm a dunce anyway.
In Dallas news report. Devastating in many ways for Lauren to go through this. Legal battles are so stressful and costly, not just in the monetary sense. I don't profess to know any facts, and we've seen lots of reaction from the community, but I can't see how a victory here will net her financial recovery. It goes a long way in clearing her name if the facts are brought forth, and this carries great value. I can't imagine this company will have any attachable assets (since most companies use shrewd techniques to hide and isolate all profits and assets for this very reason)