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My math isn't the best, but Lagerstrom won Santa Cruz in 3:47 so he was a touch outside the 8% at 4:43 (30 minutes behind the closest pro). He would have been 16th in his AG. His other two races didn't look like they had pro races. He was 2/2 in an open wave (looks like 6th overall) in the Oly and 1/1 in the competitive elite wave in the sprint (it looks like he did actually win the sprint). He wasn't even within 8% of the Oly distance pro races he did in 2017. Says he qualified for his pro card in 2014. Must be doing something right though: "He estimates elite triathlete costs at around $100,000 a year, with competition participation costing about $30,000 and food-nutrition, coaches, massages costing another $30,000. And then there is the equipment and gear and general cost of living."
That show is ridiculously bad. Max’s name came up when everyone was arguing about the girl with RA being a pro or not on ST. Seems there’s more of these kind of pros than actual professionals in triathlon anymore.
PCB in November is what I imagine Syria is like. There’s so many better beaches in FL, but I need that flat bike course (I’m fat). Can’t really think of a vacation destination for a full. Wish they’d put 70.3 worlds back in Vegas.