Get your bike into shape now—while you have some time—not the day before the race. Figure out what you're going to wear during each leg of the race, if you're going to change clothes, and how, and where. Do a mental walk-thru of the race, and make a list of everything you're going to need to bring to the race, not just race clothing and equipment, but things like your bicycle floor pump, and a towel on which to set all your shoes and clothing in the transition area next to your bike. How much water and fluid replacement will you drink on the bike? Do you need two bottles full of fluid? Have you got two bottles? Two water bottle cages on the frame?
The hard part is the training, and you've done that. The easy part is sometimes the part athletes forget to do: Where is the race? How do you get there? Is the race on a Sunday just following a daylight savings time change? Are there mandatory, or suggested, pre-race meetings? Are there rules to this race you ought to read? When is registration? Do you have your race number, timing chip, or do you know when and where to pick these up? Is your bike in good working order? Are the gears on your bike compatible with the uphill pitches on the course?
So many athletes lose out because they bring their hard and fit bodies to the race, but they leave their brains at home.
The bad news: With two weeks to go you can't really do too much to improve your performance (except perhaps in the pool) but you can do things to mess yourself up. The good news: That won't happen to you, because you're now in "thinking mode," right?
SWIMMING: 3 SESSIONS X 1500 - 3000 YARDS PER SESSION
CYCLING: 2 SESSIONS, ONE TO THREE HOURS PER SESSION
RUNNING: 2-3 SESSIONS 25-50 MINUTES PER SESSION