Wetsuit and Transition 1 (T1) Tips
After an ocean swim where do you put your wet suit and what should be worn under it?
Steve from New Jersey
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When you get into Transition 1 (T1), take your wetsuit off and throw it onto your towel that you have set up next to your bike on the ground. You should be wearing a swim suit or trisuit under your wetsuit so that you can put your bike and run gear on over it.
See these articles for more info:
- Setting up Your Transition Spot
- Transition One (T1), Swim to Bike
- What Should I Wear for a Triathlon Swim?
- What Should I wear for a Triathlon Bike
- What Should I wear for a Triathlon Run
We hope this information is helpful!
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