those 3 ( Lino barruncho, Manuel alves and sergio silva) crashed already in this training camp, still 3 to go, me krepe (who is leaving and only has one more bike workout) and tiago silva wich has a very low center of gravity and most likely will stay on his feet no mater what :P there's a lot of blood around.
all of them at high speed, the most scary one was from sergio silva, on monday, that was riding behing me when all of the sudden a dog with poor sense of oportunity came from nowhere and still touched my back wheel but hit sergio really hard... at 60 km/h, im glad it wasnt me (sorry sergio) but despite the speed sergio escaped with just a few bruises and actually finished the ride Very very lucky.
the group is small now since the short course triathletes already left to australia, here its all about hard workouts, im in the peak week and it sure is tough, i went through a bad afternoon on sunday after a long and tough run. But overall all days are good days, of course i feel the impact of training everyday but im still not dead... LOL. here is what i have done since my last check in.
Long 160km ride with 10X5min
2:30 run with 4X12min at la calme (2100m high) this one was really tough
2:20 ride, i was really smoked on this one
3000m swim, same here
90km ride with 10X3min Z5 and the final climb (40 min) at around 300W and 55rpm (really tough workout)
1:50 run with 20X400 (a reminder on how i hate speed workouts :P)
5200 swim with 40X100 paddles
ill have 6 more days until i ease off a bit for a race in spain on my way home from Font romeu
on a side note, i was happy to see Jordan grab his first IM tittle at canada, awesome race