CHALLENGE ROTH

The long overdue Challenge Roth Race Report I went to Germany 10 days before my first attempt at Challenge Roth to adjust to the jet lag and get to know ...

CHALLENGE ROTH

The long overdue Challenge Roth Race Report I went to Germany 10 days before my first attempt at Challenge Roth to adjust to the jet lag and get to know the course. I was very fortunate to have a relaxing homestay, with Petra and Heiner as my hosts. I also got to cruise around in a […]

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BOULDER 70.3

Boulder 70.3 – Executing a Plan Depending on the race, more emphasis might be placed on the course, the competition or the overall strategy. I know this course back to front but the field was the strongest I’ve faced here so I needed a plan. After sitting down with my new(ish) coach Neal Henderson, we came […]

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ST. GEORGE

The 2014 season started with two tough races and two fourth place positions.  As the first race of the season I always knew Oceanside was going to be a challenging way to start, but with such a stacked field it was a good way for me to see how my fitness was progressing.  Heading to […]

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2014 UPDATE

The 2014 season is underway! With Oceanside under my belt and so many personal and professional changes in the last 6 months, it’s hard to know where to start. I have a new coach, a new manager, and a new plan for the 2014 season. I spent more of the off-season in Boulder this winter […]

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IRONMAN TAHOE

The week leading into Ironman Tahoe was far from normal due to the flooding in Boulder. Luckily my home was spared from damage but many friends and neighbors were seriously affected, and as of today some are still unable to return home. As a result of the flooding, many roads, trails, and swimming pools were […]

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