Alicia Kaye reports from her 5th place finish at the St George 70.3
"It took me a few days to process how i felt about my finish in St. George. I knew there were some big improvements made but the competitor in me in hungry to be good enough to be on the podium against of a field of this quality. Quite simply, I want to win every single time. No one trains for second place; we are all out there, giving it our best trying to win. It's bloody hard to win, that's why it feels so good when you can make it happen and it feels even sweeter when you can do it against a good quality field. Though all the pieces aren't there yet and I still have lots of work to do, I can now recognize the improvements I made in St. George and understand that my best performance is yet to come."
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