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11:34:17 - not what I expected, but happy about my second Kona finish 🏅😊. Swim was brutal but good with 1:02 hours what made me quite happy.
Bike started very good but after 100 kilometers my energy level fell completely down what may be a result of the last two sickly weeks 😷, which caused many concerns prior the race. I didn’t talk about it to keep my focus on the positive - being healthy!
Without any power I started in the marathon which made it very, very slow. 4:55 is by far the slowest marathon I ever did but the goal of reaching the finish line kept me moving forward.
Crossing the finish line in the evening hours was very exciting. The sun has already set, the atmosphere along Ali’i Drive was magnificent and passing all these happy, positive and excited spectators made it to a very, very special moment ☺️. Big fat massive thanks to all of you for your good wishes and keeping your fingers crossed. It was an amazing day and I will remember for the rest of my life 🏊🚴🏃❤️☺️!