Make sure you are equipped with the essentials, that they fit, and that you’ve practised your cycling and running transitions:
Your diet should be in check long before race day, but the 24-hour hours before the race begins are the icing on the cake. This doesn’t mean loading up on calories necessarily, but rather, eating right.
During the race you are going to have to remove your wetsuit after the swim, with some potential for other items if you aren’t wearing a Tri-suit under the wetsuit. You may also need to change into cycling shoes and of course, running shoes. The key to successful transitions is awareness of the particular race you are competing in, and practice.
# Warm Up