Items of interest I have found:
Bariathlete Dan Benintendi - http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-04-25/health/sc-health-0425-diabetes-bypass-athlete-20120425_1_excess-skin-surgery-egg-sized-pouch
She reminds me of me!!! http://bariathlete.blogspot.com/
Which guidelines should a bariathlete follow: bariatric or sports nutrition? The answer is neither. How can you “eat like an athlete” when you have a one ounce stomach? Running out of energy and dealing with gastrointestinal distress can be a major concern. Those who have bariatric surgery and are competing in endurance events have an entirely different set of nutritional guidelines. If you are considering participating in this type of athletic event, feel free to consult with one of our dietitians. If you are inspired to train for a race, then I recommend creating a support team of a coach and bariathlete dietitian.from http://www.floydbariatrics.org/floyd-bariatrics-dr-scotts-blog.html?article=54
Gastric bypass patients must contend with additional concerns regarding their diet, such as reduced calorie consumption, nutritional malabsorption including iron depletion, and the inability to process sugar as before. Despite these hurdles, bariathletes are more than capable of strenuous physical activity. Extra concerns exist for bariathletes, which are related to the smaller stomach size and subsequent inability to absorb the proper nutrients needed to meet heightened physical demands. However, he stresses that these concerns, if properly addressed and monitored, will not interfere with a patient's weight loss success or endanger their overall health in any way. from http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/bariathlete-case-study-with-dallas-weight-loss-surgeon-dr-david-kim-1678040.htm
Having a stomach a third of the size of typical athletes requires a very specific strategy to meet your specific nutritional needs. from www.bariathletes.com
About carb loading: http://ezinearticles.com/?Bariatric-Athlete-Fuel-Guide-Without-Carb-Loading&id=5202069
Now to find the solution.