Swim Bike and Run your Age to Celebrate your B-Day
Posted Dec 02 2008 3:05pm
Are you looking for a new challenge? Why not swim, bike, and run your age.
The raceAthlete B-Fit B-Day Challenge is a celebration of your life, health, and fitness on your birthday. Click HERE to join and/or find out more.
Take your age and in any order:
1) Swim the number of yards in the first number(# multiplied by 1000 yards), 2) Run the number of miles in the second number, 3) Bike the number of miles in the combined number.
So a 45-year-old athlete would:
1) Swim 4000 yards 2) Run 5 miles 3 ) Bike 45 miles
If you choose to accept the B-Fit B-Day Challenge you must....
Bronze: Do all three (swim/bike/run) during the week of your Birthday. Silver: Do all three (swim/bike/run) in the three days before, after, or on your B-Day. Gold: Do all three (swim/bike/run) in 24-hours to celebrate your B-Day! Platinum: Do all three in miles (swim first number in miles not yards/bike/run) in 24-hours to celebrate your B-Day!
Over 200 athletes have already taken the Challenge. Here are just a few of the 2008 age group records.
AGE GROUP WALL OF FAME2008
GOLD Challenge (Women)
24-Year-Olds Lisa 2 mile swim time :56, 4 mile run 33:40, 24 mile bike 1:27:40, Total time: 2:57:20
35-Year-Olds Jonah Holland 5th birthday, I took on the Gold Bday Bfit Challenge on July 22 swam 3 miles - 2.05 biked 35 Miles - 2:46 (including rest stops) ran 5 Miles - 1:04:48 Total Time - 5 hours and 55 minutes and 48 seconds
49-Year-Olds Patricia Page May 15th, Gold Age 49 swim: 1:55, run 1:35, bike 3:35 total 7:05