I am officially registered for my first triathalon.
There is no turning back now.
The Polar Bear Tri is being held May 8th in Maine. Today I registered for the Polar Bear 5K in February, which allowed me the “privilege” of registering early for the Polar Bear Tri in May.
I am running a race in Maine. In February. It is now official. I have lost my mind.
The name is a little scary. “Polar Bear” anything conjures up images of half dressed people jumping into the frigid ocean in January. Apparently that is not what this triathalon is all about. It is hosted by the Polar Bear club, hence the name. There is no freezing-cold ocean swim associated with this race. In fact, the swim is in a pool, which I think is a good way to test the waters. No pun intended.
The Polar Bear Tri was the first triathalon my sister did last year. She rocked. My brother-in-law’s sister Angela was the women’s winner.
I just hope I don’t come in last.
Actually, scratch that last comment. I just want to finish.
Never mind that my sister and Angela will be showered and having a cup of coffee when I cross the finish line. When (not if) I cross the finish line, I will have the great joy in knowing that I will have my sister all to myself for a lovely scrapping weekend here with the nice ladies from Scrappers Dream Vacation.
A dream for me. Not so much for her. But regardless, I am sure it will be a weekend to remember.