You know, for me, it was like a best case scenario type of thing, especially in a distance like the Ironman, there are just so many different factors that go into the race.
There's the physical, there's the mental, there's the nutritional. So I just had to get. Give it my best shot. Try to have a good race, not worry about what anybody else was doing out there. And just taking a moment. My moment, if I felt bad and had to slow down, I had to slow down. If I felt good and can push it. I certainly did, but I didn't want that get into my head too much.