Category Archives: Triathlon

Alaskaman Extreme Triathlon

A few weeks ago, I was able to participate in and finish the inaugural Alaskaman Extreme Triathlon. This is definitely one of the craziest/stupidest things I’ve ever done….and it was awesome. I definitely want to share this experience with the … Continue reading

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Ironman Chattanooga Race Recap

Where to start? The good news is that internet results are now and forever and therefore my internet results showing that I finished Ironman Chattanooga in 14 hours and 20 minutes and photographic evidence shows that I was upright and … Continue reading

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August IM Training

Hold on, because August was a full month and I’m going to get it all down before I forget everything. Is Ironman brain a thing? It should be. I’m definitely to the point where I’m tired of being tired and … Continue reading

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Upstate Splash Swim

How to write a triathlon blog: 1) Do a race 2) Wait at least a month to write a blog post about it. 3) ??? 4) Profit? That doesn’t seem to be working out for me. The Upstate Splash was … Continue reading

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Training Camp Weekend

What a weekend it was. I’m very glad that I went because I learned a lot: about the course, about IM training, and certainly a few things about myself. I drove down to Chattanooga Friday afternoon after working a half … Continue reading

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Lake Logan Half Race Report

Lake Logan was my 3rd 70.3 race.¬† Two years ago I was training for my first 70.3. Two years ago, Ironman announced a race in Chattanooga and I decided that I was definitely going to do that. How am I … Continue reading

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July IM Training (8 Weeks OMG)

Not that anyone is counting or anything but 56 days… Another shocking statistic¬† – it’s hot in July. I recognized early on that there was zero point in whining about it because I intentionally chose a fall Ironman knowing that … Continue reading

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