Noob Nathan Winkelmann here, giving my perspective of what MTBO will be like. WARNING: reading this will likely make you smarter-or at least feel smarter, which is basically the same thing.
Have you ever seen these types of pictures:
That's what I'm up against going into the MTBO race in Poland! I have an array of thoughts of what to expect, and what I will look like executing the sport!
I know it involves a mountain bike, which I know how to use. I know it involves a map, which I know how to use. SO, MTBO should be easy! But I'm afraid, I'll feel like I'm back in the swim pool, getting lapped by 80 year old ladies while doing my 'hard' sets.
MTBO will be using different types of maps, such as:
So, just hope Team USA puts me in a Holiday Inn Express the night before the races, at least in "MY" mind, I'll be doing awesome! I'll report on how it ACTUALLY is, much to the dismay of "what I think I do", I'll post about "what I really do"!