Hi, I am a type 1 on a T-Slim and a dexcom G4 CGM. I am going to start ridding my new bicycle and I've seen on here somewhere showing an item that you can put your G4 receiver in and attach it to the handle bars. Hopefully you will be able to help me. Thanks
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I definitely enjoy biking the most, but I run more often. Swimming is quite difficult to fit into a schedule. I've joined a local ocean swimming club (who are on a hiatus until Memorial Day) to motivate me to get out there. I'll probably pick up a tri suit in the spring, as my infusion set tape and CGM transmitter tape fall off after 15 minutes of continued swimming if they aren't covered with a shirt or wetsuit.
Have you done many tris for TNN recently? Finish any fulls in 8 hours? haha. I have competed in 3 sprints over the last few years, but now that I'm actually a USAT member, I have to make that $135 back in smaller race fees.
So, what does being listed as a Tri athlete for TNN mean? Is it a loose association where they send you gear and invite you to getaways? Is it a full time gig with Elite Tri expectations and a salary? How is that working out for you? I'd love to race in TNN kit as an official member, and I'm sure if I trained enough I could at least get good positions in my AG, but I don't have the time for "training enough", so I'll just be a "finisher" at the sprints I do.
Bradford, the chat yesterday was fantastic! it was one of the most well attended I've ever seen here. what an inspiration you are to all of us. thanks for taking the time to share your story, and your tips.
Hi, Bradford! Thanks for the welcome note. This is all very exciting to get the chance to get involved with this community. We at the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center hope we can be a resource as well as learning from everyone here! Let me know if you ever need anything in OK!
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