Triathletes of New Orleans

Rene is one of many New Orleans triathlete players in San Francisco to contend in Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon scheduled for Sunday. Alonzo tells this championship should be on each triathlete's barrel list.

Alonzo told that a whole lot of people who have already done it from here tell that it is really a must do contest, and I could not agree more on that. He added that he try to go there each year.

Like the poky of old, all the triathlon will demonstrate their unique challenges to two-thousand triathletes competing in 27.5 mile run.

For those who are used to swim in warm water of Gulf of Mexico - the 1.5 mile swiming in 55 degree hot water of the San Francisco Bay may possibly look like the most scaring task. Still, Alonzo told the tough challenge is 400 step sand ladder in the running part of the race. Alonzo told that there is a chain which helps to pull up and that is how tough it is to make it up and they sneak a photographer to catch you at your worst.

Alonzo added that the group she coaches with consents that they have to last the sand ladder. Still, this does not seem that someone looking for to take part needs to be a free-enterprise athlete. The group coach for the run in Lake Pontchartrain, and biking in the Lakefront as well as running in the City Park 3 – 4 days each week. After the triathlon 3 times, Alonzo really knows that hills are a big challenge, but she tells that San Francisco’s beauty erves offset the pace.