Conventions Used in This Book

We've designed this book in a way that makes it easy to read and understand:

✓ When we refer to distances, we use meters or miles for the swim; meters are abbreviated with a lowercase m (so 500m is 500 meters) and the word mile is spelled out (as in 1 mile). We use kilometers for the bike and run; kilometers are abbreviated with a capital K (so 10K is 10 kilometers).

✓ Whenever we use a new term, we put it in italics and define it shortly thereafter (often in parentheses).

✓ When we give you a list of steps to follow, we put the action part of the step in bold, so it's easy to find.

✓ We put all Web addresses and e-mail addresses in monofont, so that they stand out from the surrounding text. Note: When this book was printed, some Web addresses may have needed to break across two lines of text. If that happened, rest assured that we haven't put in any extra characters (such as hyphens) to indicate the break. So, when using one of these Web addresses, just type in exactly what you see in this book, pretending as though the line break doesn't exist.

One last point: Because we're writing this book as a team, when we want to refer to one of our experiences, we use the person's first name (either Deirdre or Donna), so that you know which of us is behind that anecdote.

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