Should they apply to swimwear too?
Let me explain – I’m working a slow, slow night shift. So I’ve plugged in to EndurancePlanet.com to catch up on podcasts. The one I’m specifically listening to right now is from September 26th and relates to Race Shirt Etiquette. It’s an interesting one, since I’ve thought about whether or not I should wear my pullover from my DNF.
Anyway, at about 9:37 into the commentary, Ben brought up a point that got me to thinking about the start of my DNF. Ben states “…Never wear a shirt that is so old, thin and threadbare that you can see the color of your nipples or chest hair through it.” Good rule, don’tcha think?
So why did the rule immediately make me think about the guy at the start of my DNF, standing in the lake, just deep enough that his coin purse could get wet, in a Speedo that was so thin you could actually see the color of his ass hair?