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Little Things

| Sep 22, 2014 | No Comments

I’ve been running a lot more than normal.  I guess it has become the new normal as I try to build a trail runner out of this bucket of old triathlete parts.  Over the course of a few weeks I’ve figured out some things that maybe are a little more obvious to those who run […]

IRONMAN Louisville Race Report

IRONMAN Louisville Race Report

| Aug 30, 2014 | No Comments

DEFY THE IMPOSSIBLE – The Ironman Triathlon is a 2.4 mile swim, a 112 mile bike, and a 26.2 mile run, which comes to 140.6 miles covered on race day. Finishing this race has been a dream of mine for 7 years. It all started in 2007 where my dad and I were watching “The […]

Stay Fit in the Office

| Jul 30, 2014 | No Comments

After college, I spent a year riding and working with horses full-time, which was wonderful for my fitness and horrible for my finances. So, after a year and a depleted savings account, I decided that it was time to put my formal education (Go Duke!) to use and enter the more traditional workforce. Sitting at […]

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 […]

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