Davis in September. Oppressive heat. Strong steady winds. Cow-tipping fraternity pledges.
Not one such phenomenon was evident on September 17th 2005. In fact, Davis was a almost a triathlete's paradise that day. Take all the elements of a near perfect race-day - temperatures peaking in the low-mid 70's, no humidity, a race-supportive town and an extremely well-run, uncrowded event and…ok, a little wind but not much. Add these elements together, and the result is a great, fun day.
The Half Caliman was not my "A" race this year.
1.2M Swim, 56M Bike, 13.1M Run