03:00, 01:22, 00:36

Those were my swim splits this morning, when my main serie was 4x (200 + 100 + 50 m). Had I done this set last week, I would have started off at around 03:20 and finished the 50 m at 00:40. What has happend since then?  I’ve never swum with a coach. I was raised with a pool in our… Read more →

Three weeks to go…

As of this sunday it’s three weeks to go. Three weeks to go until the race that I have been aiming for since last December. First I didn’t even know I was going to get a slot. After my first race of the season on the 1st of May that slot was secured and since then the 4th of September… Read more →

Low these bike legs at the moment

Back on track

Radio silence from my end usually means one out of two things; either I’m swamped with work or I’m a bit blue. This time it’s been a bit of both. It’s been roughly 2 months since IRONMAN 70.3 Pays D’Aix. At first I was filled with energy when I got home, I rested for a bit and then started reloading… Read more →

Lunch in Aix-en-Provènce the day before race day with my wonderful wife!

Race day is here!

Ok, so first paragraph is for those who just want to have the quick information about how to follow me and sort of what to expect. My BIB nr is 1127 and you’ll follow me best at www.ironman.com or via the app IronTrac. The MPROs are starting at 07:30 and the FPROs are starting at 07:32, where after all the… Read more →

Happy with a medal aroung my neck, showered and ready to go home

Race report: Vasaloppet 2016

So, I figured It’s time to write a race report in English and what better race to do it on than the iconic race Vasaloppet (Vasa Ski Race). For those of you not familiar with it, it’s a cross-country skiing (classic discipline) race over 90 km mimicking the route that the Swedish king Gustav Vasa took, supposedly by skis, in… Read more →