The situation might’ve been ironic if it wasn’t so scary. Christine was instantly taken back to her childhood experience. Here she was, nearly drowning in the ocean. Again. This was not how her pre-triathlon warm-up swim was supposed to go. “I told myself: this is not how my story is going to end today.”
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My cell phone says it’s 1:45 a.m. and I’m lying down in bed fully awake, ready for the race. Even though I tried to go back to sleep, the mix of excitement and anxiety keeps me awake for the rest of the night. As the next four hours pass, I visualize every step of the triathlon 100 times and engage in some relaxation meditation.
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