WORLD 70.3 CHAMPIONSHIPS – Mont Tremblant, Canada

Mont Tremblant was the perfect venue for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships and it was witness to the most competitive race I have ever been a part of.  Each year ...

WORLD 70.3 CHAMPIONSHIPS – Mont Tremblant, Canada

Mont Tremblant was the perfect venue for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships and it was witness to the most competitive race I have ever been a part of.  Each year the field keeps getting deeper and faster and this year was no exception. The challenging course didn’t even help to slow the competition down.  There […]

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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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