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Weathering A Tough Race

  • By Rich Strauss
  • Published Dec 14, 2012
Photo: Delly Carr/Triathlon.org


The Swim

Bad weather is often accompanied by cold-water swims. Consider wearing a neoprene cap or layering two standard ones. Swim booties can also be helpful. Some athletes experience dizziness in cold water, which can be avoided by wearing earplugs.

RELATED: Coping With Cold-Water Swimming

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