None of the above. Today is the Ironman Triathlon World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. It is a 3.86km swim, followed by a 180.2 km bike ride, followed by a full 42.2 km marathon (run). All in the brutal heat and howling winds on the Big Island of Hawaii.
It's pretty epic - the most famous triathlon in the world. And, many years ago now - on my 29th birthday - I did it! It was by far the hardest (physical) thing that I have ever done in my life. And it's something I'm pretty darn proud about - it took A LOT of hard work to prepare for.
Although I'm done with racing Ironman (waaaaay too much training time. Not a very balanced life), I still love watching the race online. Every year since 1995 (except 2001 - the year I raced) I spend 10 hours in front of the computer, following the race. Think THAT'S pathetic? In 1995 - 1999 there was no video! I used to sit there and watch WRITTEN updates. Now that's sad.
Best thing about this year? With my broken collarbone, I don't need to feel guilty about sitting inside all day staring at my computer (there's not much else I can do right now).