- Published: 21 October 2012 21 October 2012
Well it has been a few days post race, and the depression over my sub-standard performance (I was 14th this year) has started to fade a bit.
- Published: 31 August 2012 31 August 2012
I am very happy to have taken home my first 70.3 win. “It’s about time” as my rather frank loved ones would say I’ve won 1/2 iron distance events before, and I’ve done A LOT of Ironman branded 70.3s, but the big W has eluded me until now. YAY for the 2012 Timberman 70.3!
- Published: 30 August 2012 30 August 2012
This Thursday’s Ten Terrific Things = reasons why living out of a 23 ft RV mostly doesn’t suck. Enjoy!
1) Your home goes where you go, which leads to fun adventures and training in incredible scenery like…
- Published: 12 August 2012 12 August 2012
- Published: 10 June 2012 10 June 2012
Well, yesterday SUCKED. I’m sure you’ve heard snippets from the twitter-verse, slowtwitch etc. but I wanted to give you the run down as it really happened.
I was pulled out of IM Coeur d’Alene at mile 21 of the run (while in 2nd) b/c I rode another athlete’s wee bike back to T2 after my crank arm fell off and I couldn’t get any assistance.
- Published: 09 June 2012 09 June 2012
Rather than the boring old play-by-play, this race report is going to be a little session of fact vs. fiction.
Fiction: Pro triathletes jet-set around the country and stay in fancy places to do fancy races while their entourage of personal chefs, massage therapists, and psychic readers take care of them.
Fact: Most pro triathletes fly coach on planes with the cheapest bike fees. The generosity of homestay families make travelling across the country to race possible.