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Subject: RE: Lance Armstrong bonks at 1/2 Ironman, loses a spot at the finishline and ignores his daughter
So he bonked and started walking and finished the run in 1:22. For those who thought his 1:16 was phony in Panama, I think this shows that it was legit, and that he could legitimately run a 1:14-1:15 half. And keep in mind these runs are after a swimming and riding.
Everyone was joking about how slow Lance looked running that 1:16 in Panama, but his stride is misleading on video. Now, yesterday, after bonking--that's when he looked slow. Really slow. But still ran a 1:22.
I tip my cap to the guy for being that competitive at basically a new sport and at age 40, but I think he's got a long way to go before he could compete at Kona this year. He's up against Father Time, but I think he's rushing it if he's thinking about Kona '12.
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