After a pretty decent sleep, the alarm woke us up at 5:30am. I pressed snooze a couple times and finally got out of bed just before 6:00am. There are benefits to being 5 minutes from the race! I had a light breakfast of yogurt and melon before getting ready. Hubby had this great idea that he would go down to transition with our bikes and grab us spots around 6:30am and then come back and get me. He left at 6:50am and I packed up the rest of our stuff, stripped our bed and sat around waiting for him!! I started to get nervous that he forgot about me but at 7:30am he came back. Looking back that probably wasn't the best idea since it rushed him a lot and he ended up starting late.
Transition area around 7am
Luckily the Olympic ladies started after the Olympic men so I had plenty of time to set up in transition, get my timing chip and get body marked. The disposable chip was a pain but it didn't bother me because I put Body Glide under the crappy strap.