Eagleman 70.3: 2015

Triathlon training and races are much more about life than just racing and performance. Life lessons are learned with each step. The longer the course and harsher the conditions, the more grueling each step becomes and consequently deepens each lesson. That is why I became a different person when I crossed the finish line at IRONMAN Lake Tahoe 2013 and why yesterdays experience at Ironman Eagleman 70.3 was no different in gathering experience, data and life lessons. 

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Race Review: USAT Age Group National Championships 2016

As I had briefly mentioned on Instagram, I made the mistake of looking towards the end goal of a “Top 18 AG” Finish. Now I know to not focus on the goal, but on the process, but I couldn’t help but keep this in the back of my mind. I simply wanted to qualify for Team USA! I think what tempted me was the relatively easy qualification for this race. I participated in local Olympic Distance Triathlons because it seemed to fit my schedule and where I was physically and mentally this season. I just happened to finish all races in Top 5 in my Age Group.

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