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Ultraman Canada: Day 3 Recap—A Moment of Truth

August 3, 2009 By Jason Sissel Ultraman Canada
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"Better never to begin; if begun, better to finish." says a Taoist teaching.  So it goes, completing the first two extremely challenging days comprised of 6.2 miles of swimming and 260 miles of cycling was not enough to be happy about.  We needed to..

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Ultraman Canada: Day 2 Recap & Day 3 Preview

August 2, 2009 By Jason Sissel Ultraman Canada
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Day 2 of Ultraman Canada was a very challenging 170 mile bike over flats, steep and/or long climbs in the Canadian Cascades, then one very long section of very windy flats, followed by a steady 20 mile climb which was an out and back so you get to go..

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Ultraman Canada: Day 1 Recap & Day 2 Preview

August 1, 2009 By Jason Sissel Ultraman Canada
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Day 1 of Ultraman Canada consisted of a 6.2 mile swim and then 90 miles of the bike leg.  This stage was inarguably the hardest physical thing I've done.  The heat is brutal up here and being from Chicago where it has barely cracked 90 degrees this..

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Ultraman Canada: Prep & Day 1 Preview

July 31, 2009 By Jason Sissel Ultraman Canada
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Over the next three days I will be participating in the Ultraman Canada Championship in Penticton, British Columbia for Endure to Cure, which I founded to raise funds to help fight pediatric cancer.  In an effort to share this journey with you all, I..

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