I first took up triathlon as cross trainings and I also need some distractions from running when I plateaued. Then I realized this is what I really want. I fell in love with the sport and like every triathletes I too want to set my feet on the Big Island for Ironman World Championship someday (maybe by winning my AG when I am 70)
Sawadeekap you buy me coke i give you lap
Semalam petang kan, agent dari Sheffield Offshore Services (Manpower Supply Agent) yang berpengkalan kat Singapore tu call aku, masa aku dalam perjalanan nak ke Marina Cove resort Teluk Batik to attend Iftar dan sempena completion project yang aku involve kat Lumut ni. Katherine nama dia, dia cakap dia nak propose aku untuk position Prime Contract Administrator... tapi kenapa ada 'Prime' tu.. macam minister ada prime minister gitu ke? Aku sekarang Contract Administrator je.. so kalau ada pangkal 'Prime' tu kira lagi kelas le kut.. ke Senior Contract Administrator kalau kat sini. Ha client dia tu base in Bangkok... tapikan gaji yang dia offer tu kurang dari yang aku expected.. aku ni memang gatal bila expatjob.net antar list of vacancy kat emel aku hari2 tu.. aku main click2 apply je.. Last month aku dah tolak satu job kat Wales.. sebagai Field Supervisor gaji 10500 pound .. memang le besar gila gajinya.. tapi aku ni mana ada pengalaman jadi field supervisor.. dah la aku ni cute je orangnya.. kang kena buli ngn contractor ke subcontractor ke .. eee terbayang aku.. seramm so aku tolak.. walaupun company tu (Chevron) dah siap nak buat work permit dah.
Ni yang job kat bangkok ni aku ingat aku nak ambik la.. dekat pun dekat.. kira sama je aku kat Miri ngn aku kat Bangkok kan.... aku masih boleh attend kelas every fortnight kat UTM KL.. lagipun who doesnt love Bangkok.. Hmm pindah randah lagi la aku nampaknya..
Ni masa aku kat Bangkok last year.. heheh Law of Attraction kann
I went to Roth with an objective to have a new Personal Best in full distance triathlon. I will be happy with anything better than 14:22:58. This was what I told everyone, but secretly I was hoping for a sub 12 hour finish. I knew it was a tall order with only 8 weeks of training and missing a lot of sessions in the last 4 weeks during the month of Ramadan. The training during summer in Qatar and during Ramadan was really hard, almost impossible. Luckily I had a great support from my wife. She joined me in some of the long runs and long rides and she even bought me a Wahoo Kickr bike trainer so I could train at home (I promise I'll pay her back later). I also had a great support from MAD Triathlon, PSY Tribuddies and Project Banana cyclists which certainly make it a little bit easier. Thank you so much guys. You know who you are and I cannot thank you guys enough.
6 July 2017
I took the train from Munich airport to Nuremberg Central with a change at Munich Central. It…
Ironman Malaysia 2017 Race Report By Mohd Syafei Bin Ahmad
Intro It took me almost two weeks to finally sit and write this
race report. I still feel the highs from the race and can’t move on from all the
excitement I had in Langkawi two weeks ago. Ironman Malaysia is like an unofficial
national championship for Malaysian triathletes. Almost everyone I know from
the local Tri community descended on the island to battle it out for the
bragging rights to finish an Ironman or finishing among the top Malaysian
finishers on home soil. I would say everyone must be proud to earn their
Ironman title in Langkawi. It
is among the toughest Iron distance courses in the world for crying out
loud. I personally took this race very seriously. My goals were to PB, complete
the race in less than 12 hours and finish among the top 20 Malaysian. Going
into this race I secretly marked few Malaysian triathletes I know, rename them
as the world’s top athletes and pretended that we are racing in Kailua-Kona.
Last week, almost everyone in Malaysia's triathlon community converged in Langkawi to battle it out for the coveted bragging rights of becoming among the best Malaysian finishers. Mohd Amran, the top Malaysian finisher in 2016 was not competing this year following a bike accident few months ago and it then a straight forward battle between Rupert Chen and Shahrom Abdullah who made a come back after a long hiatus. Few notable triathletes were also missing in the top 20 this year. Many people suffered on the run after clocking faster time on the bike. Maybe because it was 'cooler' this year and most people took the risk to ride harder. Overall it was still a good race. Well done everyone and see you again in 2018.