Twitter round-up: What the athletes are saying in Yokohama
Athletes are clearly excited to be back in Japan ahead of the 2011 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series Yokohama on Monday. Here is a round-up of what our international athletes have been saying about the land of the rising sun.
@bevanjdocherty Bevan Docherty
Great to be in Japan supporting the race and the people. I love this place and the people, so friendly, polite & welcoming…
@MaccaNow Chris McCormack
Have to say, the streets here in Japan are immaculate. Kudos to the Japanese for being so clean and litter free.
@andreahewittt Andrea Hewitt
Yokohama is 100 times more western than Beijing. Happy to be in Japan. Happy to have twitter and facebook. Never thought I would think that.
@katiepure Kate Roberts
My first time in Japan & hopefully it won’t be my last.. Awesome place to visit!
@_Moffy Emma Moffatt
Hanging out in Yokohama, Japan for the last race of the season tomorrow!! Enjoying all the yummy sushi and the hot/humid weather.
@lisamensink Lisa Mensink
Phew…made it out of China. In Yoko, no more censored Internet! The sky is blue & my bed is softer…much happier here!
@aileenmorr Aileen Morrison
I think I love Japan.
@andigiglmayr Andreas Giglmayr
And I think every athlete is saying the same, it feels very good to be in Japan now, after two weeks in land without sun!:)
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