Love & hate After the freezing, not-so-great experience in Motala, Sweden earlier this Summer, I was ready for the next challenge in Wiesbaden, Germany. I wanted to prove to myself that the form and fitness I experienced in my toughest training sessions would make a stand on race day. Training […]
Race briefing Ironman 70.3 Wiesbaden with Paul Kaye.
When things go wrong After an exceptionally good season in terms of productive training, staying healthy and avoiding injuries, my first triathlon A-race was approaching – Long Distance Triathlon Open Swedish Championship and Pre-Worlds. I was in the shaped of my life, confident (almost too much) and ready to kick […]
Pushing the limits To remind myself of this season’s main objective (to get super fast), I had two short races planned at the start of the racing period. Trelleborg triathlon – short sprint triathlon Malmömilen – 10-kilometer run race Training To do well in these events my training has been […]
Klippan Duathlon 10 k run – 50 k bike – 5 k run Time: 2:23:00 – 2nd place overall Goal: Compete hard Training I train or I race. In my world you either train or you race, and racing as a training session is just a waste of time and money. […]
When conditions are good there is no place I'd rather go riding.
Heleneholm’s Half Marathon Race The race is at a comfortable 10:45 am so there is no early-bird, before-sunrise wake-up call. Instead I have a regular Saturday breakfast with the family. Then I drop off my son at my mother’s house since my wife has a race of her own at […]
Goodbye cross bike. Hello tempo bike.
I can think of worse places to finish a hard hill interval session...
Races For the last 5 years my goal has been to quality for the Ironman World Championship in 2015 when I move up to age group 40-44. Being the youngest in an age group must be an advantage opposed to being the oldest, right? So this has been a tactical […]