You lost track of the time, didn't you?
As a fan of Triathlon and -ish things, I've resorted to adding events to my day planner to keep track of them and attempt to work in as much viewing as possible. Nice will be tough as I'm EST coast U.S. Do I wake up super early and catch coverage from that point forward? Do I wait to watch the entire race once it's available on YouTube and try to somehow avoid social media for several hours? Life is hard.
So is triathlon now obsessed with becoming Formula 1? First, you have athletes saying they finished "P4" or whatever, and now "silly season" (which is F1's contract signing season which gets a bit silly with rumours, gossip, etc). Sigh. Can't triathlon try for it's own identity?
Ok RVB is now my #1 pick after reading that he's ridden the course like 100x
Is it just me or are there too many big races in a short amount of time to keep track of? I don't remember the big race calendar being so compacted. It makes it hard to know what are really the biggest races. What are the chances that Triathlon ever gets to something like tennis and golf where the pro tours have settled on 4 "Major" events each year. Makes it easy for even casual fans to pay attention to the biggest events.