People jumping in your swim lane without asking.1 of 25
As if swimming wasn't hard enough.
Upgrading gear without upgrading training.2 of 25
That bike isn't going to make you faster all on its own. *said while getting passed*
Roadies drafting off your wheel.3 of 25
I thought you said we didn't know how to ride in groups? #freeloaders
Standing around talking about your past race instead of training for your next race.4 of 25
Not exactly what they mean when they say you're only as good as your last race.
People that start racing you when trying to pass.5 of 25
You choose now to speed up?
When someone stops right in front of you in the feed zone.6 of 25
Please don't mind as I bowl you over.
Littering on the race course or when training.7 of 25
Can you not?
Having to wait in line to carb load at the only "Italian" restaurant the night before a race.8 of 25
Goodbye, early bedtime.
Realizing your wetsuit Velcro is rubbing your neck raw mid-way through the swim.9 of 25
That's going to feel great on the bike and run.
When your two-piece suit rides up and you get sunburnt on your lower back.10 of 25
You know, I was starting to get a bit too pale there…
Any mechanical.11 of 25
We're not exactly the best bike mechanics.
When smug road cyclists say triathletes are the worst mechanics.12 of 25
Hey, only we can call ourselves bad mechanics.
When the on-course nutrition for your upcoming race isn't something you ever train with.13 of 25
And you have to buy a bunch of new stuff to make sure it doesn't destroy your stomach.
When that on-course nutrition actually DOES destroy your stomach.14 of 25
If you need me, I'll be at the nearest Porta Potty.
The struggle of trying to find a good tri kit that doesn't chafe, but also doesn't make you look like a whale.15 of 25
Can it even be done?
When any of the legs get canceled or reduced.16 of 25
We know you're just doing your job and keeping us safe, but THIS IS LITERALLY RUINING MY LIFE RIGHT NOW.
When your partner doesn't understand your training schedule.17 of 25
Yes, I have to train now. No, I can't skip this one.
When someone asks if you are doing a "real" triathlon.18 of 25
An IRONMAN is a triathlon, but not every triathlon is an IRONMAN.19 of 25
Forgetting to stop your Garmin post workout.20 of 25
Oops, that 40 mph average was just the drive home.
When other triathletes don't rack their bike properly.21 of 25
And it makes your transition last about three times longer than it should.
Transition isn't picnic time.22 of 25
Any sentence from a fellow triathlete that starts with, "Well, my coach said…".23 of 25
We get it already.
Cheaters!24 of 25