184 – IRONMAN© Louisville – Cedric King

In this episode I continue my journey through the IRONMAN© Louisville with retired MSG Cedric King.  Cedric lost his legs in the War in Afghanistan and his mental toughness that allows him to push through.  We discuss so many things in this longer episode but it is really worth listening to because the gratitude he displays with his positive outlook on life is truly tremendous.  Cedric talks about how he uses his journey to become an IRONMAN© to inspire others.  The thing Cedric loves the most about race day is that he is equal to all the other competitors and doesn’t want anything extra. This is one of the most information packed episodes I’ve recorded so far.  Thank you so much Cedric, I look forward to following you on your journey to become an IRONMAN©.

Weather that day:  48-61 = Rain

Water:  70ish

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Age Group: PC

Height:   6’1”

Weight:  185

Calories per hour: 500-600

PSI for this course:  110

Depth of Wheels: Zipp 404

Bike Elevation Gain:  5,448ft

Run Elevation Gain: 281ft

Swim – 24:05

T1 – 26:22

Bike – N/a

T2 – N/a

Run – N/a

Total Race Time:  DID NOT FINISH
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Gender Rank: n/a

Division Rank:  n/a

Overall Rank:  n/a

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Instagram:  @cedricking2

Facebook:    Cedric King

Website: www.thecedrickingteam.com

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