Just like I said a year ago, I’ll say again: never skip a local triathlon race! That is especially true when it concerns Oslo Triathlon, folkefest with 17. May atmosphere! … Continue Reading Oslo Triathlon 2017
Quite many people have asked me what are the tricks to handle both an almost normal working life and almost professional triathlon life. I think that is always a difficult question. I … Continue Reading Work-triathlon-life balance – how to handle it?
As it felt a little stupid to spend entire summer holidays only for training, I did a three-day bike sightseeing trip in Norway. It was a great combination to give … Continue Reading Bike sightseeing in Telemark
I have a counter on my mobile phone. It says it is 90 days until IRONMAN Hawaii today. It is a long time, almost three months. Much can happens during … Continue Reading 90 days until Kona – to be used well
When I think about last Sunday’s IRONMAN 70.3 Haugesund, the first thought that comes to my mind is how I lost the battle against stomach problems during the run. In … Continue Reading Overall AG winner but still loser
My race season is now finally successfully started. St. Pölten’s unluck turned to better luck and I got what I wanted: a better weather, a better race, a race until … Continue Reading 5th at Middle Distance European Championships – Race report from Challenge Herning
I was supposed to start my race season in IM70.3 St. Pölten yesterday. Unfortunately my trip was very unlucky this time. All ingredients of a disaster were indeed there and … Continue Reading Bad luck trip to St. Pölten
Three nights until this season’s first triathlon race, IRONMAN 70.3 St. Pölten, and actually any proper race. Last spring I did a few running and cycling races before I started my triathlon race … Continue Reading Excited and a bit scared before coming race season
The highlight of each spring is for sure a training camp. As my new year’s extempore training week in Fuerteventura was a flop, I was quite sure that 16 training … Continue Reading Mallis spring training camp
There is one Norwegian word that I like a lot, konkurranseinnsikt (‘competitive insight/mind’). It describes me quite well, very well indeed. I love winning and consequently I hate loosing. I … Continue Reading Birkebeiner tourist
My main focuses for this winter were to become a faster swimmer and a stronger cyclist. After last season, I considered myself a rather okay triathlon-runner. From my running splits’ perspective I … Continue Reading Swim check – what happened to my swimming this winter?
I have nice news. I was invited to Team Arctic Triathlon by Wikborg Rein. It is a women’s triathlon team based in Norway. We are at the moment six girls, … Continue Reading New team
It has been surprisingly difficult to decide what to write in this blog lately. I don’t like to only list the trainings I’ve done and my feelings about the ongoing training. … Continue Reading February check
I think there is a big difference between proper triathlon training and doing a little bit of swim-bike-run stuff and maybe possible hundred other things. I feel like I am again … Continue Reading It feels like training again
One might think that travelling to a warm (and windy) place is a dream for a triathlete living in a cold and dark country in winter. Well, it always sounds … Continue Reading When things go wrong and then right
With this year post, I will imitate my best friend Terhi, who also wrote a nice report of her year 2016. January 43h training. I was basically sick the first three … Continue Reading 2016 – special in several ways