Ironman Lake Placid: Tracking Details

I’ve been asked a lot over the last week by friends and family about how they can track me on race day, so I wanted to share all the details here!

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Crossing finish line of 2013 Mossman Half Ironman

Race Day: Sunday, July 28, 2013

Start Time: Pros start at 6:30am; waves will begin a few minutes after that based on projected finish times.  I should enter the water sometime around 6:45-6:50am.

Bib #: 604

Finish Time: Anywhere between 7:15pm and midnight (7:15 is hoping that things go amazingly well on race day!)

Ways to Track Me:

  • Ironman.com website: The “results” page should be updated on race morning to have live athlete tracking. There will be a TON of splits that will be given (start, loops, transition)
  • TwitterMy sister, Danielle, will be tweeting the splits from the website as soon as they are updated.  Additionally, she will tweet any pics/updates that my family gets “in-person” from me as they will be at the race
  • Instagram: Danielle will also be posting any pictures they are able to take to my IG account throughout the day!
  • Got Chocolate Milk: I am representing Team Refuel this weekend and they will be posting/sharing pics and details of the race on their Twitter page!

Thank you all so much for your support, words of advice, and mantras over the last few months! I am nervous but getting more and more excited to become an Ironman on Sunday!

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    35 thoughts on “Ironman Lake Placid: Tracking Details

    1. WAY TO GO!!! You crushed your bike goal! I am so impressed with you. Excited to hear a race report once you get back to the internet. Thank you for being an inspiration!

    2. I know I wrote this several times already but… GOOD LUCK! You are seriously Amazing!

    3. It’s about to get reeeeeal!!! You’re going to do so well. It still boggles my mind that ironman’s take that long. Sheeshka!! You are a superstar already (in my books!) 😉
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    4. I have been following all of your training for Ironman! I absolutely LOVE your blogs and you inspire me so much. My husband is in the Army and we are living in Germany. Your blogs really bring up my spirits and motivate me with my fitness. I cannot wait to follow you while you compete in Ironman. Sending thoughts and prayers your way. Thanks for being an inspiration to me!

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    7. Really hoping you enjoy the experience…as much as you can doing endurance work for 12+ hours. :) You will do great, and I’m so looking forward to seeing how all your hard work and sacrifice has paid off? Hope you have plans for a nice relaxing break afterwards.

    8. Best of luck, Michele!! Will be praying for you and thinking about you all day Sunday. BTW, can’t get over how much your hubby looks like my brother, Marco! HA!

    9. Am so excited to follow you this weekend! “The hay is in the barn” and you will do great!! Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!

    10. Have a wonderful race! How exciting! You are amazing and I hope it is a great day for you.

    11. I’m weirdly excited for you. Like almost the same level of excitement I get when I have an upcoming race. Just know you have all of our support and good thoughts. You’re going to kick ass and i can’t wait to follow your journey. (I just followed you on Twitter and will be following your sister’s tweets and IG posts!!!)

    12. Will be thinking of you and following on Sunday! Good luck!!! I wonder if you will be the only competitor who stops to pump during the race ?!?! Hehe!