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Disappointment and Getting Up

| Jul 28, 2014 | No Comments

My whole mountain bike season up until this point has been focused on doing the Leadville Trail 100 race. I put everything into long training rides and getting my body ready for the race I have dreamt about ever since I got into mountain biking. The thought of someday racing the best endurance athletes at ...

Five Truths

Five Truths

| Jul 7, 2014 | No Comments

There is a lot to learn when it comes to the sport of triathlon.  Technique, equipment, training for three different activities and then consider the fact that most people coming into the sport only have a background in one aspect of triathlon can lead to more than a few questions.  So I figured I’d answer ...

Dealing with Elevation

Dealing with Elevation

| Jul 1, 2014 | No Comments

I have lived my whole life below one thousand feet above sea level. Most of my time is spent in Santa Cruz, California which might as well be at sea level. So racing my bicycle in places like Big Bear, California and Boulder, Colorado should really knock the wind out of me considering I am ...

Haley’s Team Twilight Event

Haley’s Team Twilight Event

| Jun 29, 2014 | No Comments

Haley’s Team Twilight Event June 21 , 2014 The team starts preparation for this day as soon as clean up from the last event has ended.  You would think a year is enough time to plan and execute and event which you have done seven times before.  Those 365 days fly by and life also ...

Runner’s Peeves Part 2

Runner’s Peeves Part 2

| Jun 27, 2014 | No Comments

3. You want to PR by 20min on your next half-marathon We all want to PR, qualify for that famous race (New-York, Boston, Kona,) and I’m all for ambitious goal because I have some of my own, Tremblant 2014! But being too ambitious is not the problem; the problem is not allowing yourself enough time ...

Start Small

Start Small

| Jun 25, 2014 | No Comments

I wasn’t really built to play volleyball. I loved the sport, but my body did not. At only 5’4″, and with a shoulder that likes to wander out of place, it just wasn’t mean to be with volleyball and me. I had ridden horses since I was a kid, though, and it was apparent that ...

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