Had to google that
Divided by the same language
Thanks @jessicat. Had to re install. It wasn’t updating for some reason. All good to go now.
Am I suffering wrong if I don’t have a bucket?
And a more serious question - What happens during exercise that brings about the need for a bucket… When that happens, is that a “good” thing, physiologically? I can’t imagine it would be, but I also want to make sure I’m getting the greatest possible return on suffering (ROS).
Well, that is a good question … you stand the chance of a rather nasty cleanup if you do not have a bucket … what happens is when you try to do what @David.McQuillen.KoS or @dylan.robbins challenge you to do during any stage … it will be a bucket kind of day … trust me!!!
Stage 4 news: 🚀 🚀 🚀 NEW VIDEO: The Model is LIVE! 🚀 🚀 🚀
Just so you know the first sound cut from the intro to where the video I think says beautiful is not great. Maybe it can be fixed if you think its worth the work.
I’m ready for my second Tour of Sufferlandria!
Would somebody have a link to where you can check the status of of completion for each of your TOS stages ?
I have just had the week from hell and my brain is fried and can’t seem to do basic things any more.
If I could get a little help with figureing out the time window for Adelaide it would be appreciated.
Best I can figure it opens the day before at 2030.
Have I got that right?
The simplest is to go the ToS badge under Awards under Progress and see the countdown timer for each stage.
You can’t go wrong from there.
Thanks. I had no idea that feature existed.
And online on the www there is a countdown timer for S1 runnning here in case it’s useful.
Sir @David.McQuillen.KoS there may be a tiny typo on the route stages timings poster here:
And if I’m wrong then just delete me from the virtual
SUF world because I’m easily confused by time zones.
I think the purple section is a day out in the bottom right. It should start Friday @ 22:00 I think.
Stages begin at midnight UTC + 14
Adelaide is at UTC + 10.5
I think that means stages there begin at 2030. So I think you got it right.
Not sure how this is possible. Per the chart that was posted, in the Pacific Time Zone in the US the window opens at 2:00, which by calculating the time difference before the start of Sunday, must be 2:00 PM on Saturday. Given it is still morning here on Friday, that is more than 24 hours away.
Am I calculating that start time incorrectly?
And where does this timer display, the WaHoo site?
The countdown timer is in the Wahoo Systm app - go to Progress, then you’ll see TOS under upcoming Awards. Click on “Details” and it will show you how long to go to the start in your time zone