Question Below the Belt
This is kinda embarrassing but what do you as a guy do with your,well you know what i mean in pants so tight because it is very awkward and not really sure about it?Thank you sorry for the weird question.
John from Oklahoma
Thank you for contacting TriathaNewbie.com!
The answer to your question is that you wear your swimsuit in the water. If you feel uneasy about wearing only a swimsuit for the rest of the race, simply add a pair of cycling shorts over the swimsuit for the bike. Take them off during T3 and add running shorts over the swimsuit for the run. It should give you the privacy you are looking for.
Honestly, everyone is in the same boat (men and women). I can tell you from experience that each racer is so focused on their race that they do not have time to check out their fellow racers.
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