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Finale – Trans Am Bike Race 2016

Posted on 06 July 2016

Tweet Trans AM journey seems like it will never end but we are now close! Gonna finish the race in a day. I just want to say thanks to everyone across the board! Watch the video for my full message.  

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Race Perspectives from the Sidelines Crewing at the Florida Double Anvil Triathlon

Posted on 23 March 2016

Tweet The annual gathering of ultra triathletes to the warm weather and sun of Florida is always a welcome sign that spring is almost here.   This year’s annual Florida Double Anvil Triathlon moved the confines of the triathlon mecca of Clermont, Florida. Clermont has a rich history of the triathlon and the famous Great Floridian [Read the Rest...]

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DECA Ironman GRIT – Race reflections of 2015 Leon DECA

Posted on 13 November 2015

Tweet I am not a fan of lengthy race reports outlining every aspect of an individual’s race.  The real value of race reports is to follow a story, learn about the specific race and hopefully some laughs and learning lessons. The DECA (1 Ironman per day x 10 days format this year) as many of [Read the Rest...]

It’s DECA Iron Triathlon Time

Posted on 15 October 2015

Tweet October brings the end to the ultra triathlon season with the final event of the year, the DECA Iron. This year’s event will be held in Leon, MX  beginning Oct. 19th – Oct. 28th, (2nd year being held in Leon) – DECAUltraTri. For those of you interested in following the updates, please check out [Read the Rest...]

Reflections and Lifetime Memories of the 2015 Oregon Double Anvil

Posted on 28 July 2015

Tweet Over the years, I have not been the best at writing race reports for all the various events. However, based on the overwhelming experience competing at the Oregon Double Anvil, I thought it might be a good time to provide some highlights for those considering doing an over the top, tough, slow, hilly and [Read the Rest...]

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DecaManUSA update and Deca training guide

Posted on 31 May 2015

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Shaking Out the Rust –First Race of the Year

Posted on 16 March 2015

Tweet For many athletes, especially those who were subjected to one of the worst winters in a long while (East coast of US) made accumulating an adequate mileage base especially on the bike a bit difficult. However, the cross training benefits of snowshoeing and cross country skiing should have your aerobic engine ready for the [Read the Rest...]

Life and Re-Tooling Your Race Calendar

Posted on 04 February 2015

Tweet How many times over the years have you had to cancel races either months before the event or a few days because of all the various factors of “life” that just seem to happen at the worst times. The normal things such as, sickness, family/friend deaths, plane delays, financial/work issues, travel schedules, injuries, lack [Read the Rest...]

Reading for endurance racing 2015

Posted on 11 December 2014

Tweet What are the 10 Books you consider reading as you go in the 2015?   Happy reading!

Go Against the Norm In Your Training

Posted on 04 November 2014

Tweet It seems every day, week and year there is a new guaranteed success training program for your fastest marathon, Ironman training program, ulramarathon, etc. Books come out continuously with the newest technology tools and programs with tag lines such as “Finish your Ironman on training of only 7 hours a week”. Evaluate all the [Read the Rest...]

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