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New Jersey Β½ Marathon, Long Branch NJ (May-1-16)

2 May , 2016  

After qualifying for the 2017 Boston Marathon at this year’s Los Angeles Marathon, there was no reason to race another 26.2 miles before the triathlon season, so I downgraded from the full marathon to the half. Sunday, May 1, 2016 I drove down on race morning and got to Monmouth Park a few minutes before 6am. The race […]

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Los Angeles Marathon Race Report & Olympic Team Trials

15 Feb , 2016  

It’s true. Time flies! It was only 6 weeks ago that I decided to run the Los Angeles Marathon. The opportunity to spectate the Olympic team trials, watch my friend Karen run her first marathon, and then cap it all off with a marathon seemed like a perfect idea! Due to busy season at the […]

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Update: 1/31/2016

31 Jan , 2016  

Wow! The first month of 2016 has come and gone. Wasn’t that quick? Since New Year’s Day, I’ve started a new job, ramped up my run training, celebrated my 25th birthday, logged nearly 100 hours of CPA review, visited the girl, went on a bachelor’s party ski trip…and that is just the beginning! January was […]

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Happy New Year!

1 Jan , 2016  

2015 was a memorable year!  2016 will be even more challenging (and rewarding) as I tackle a very demanding work schedule, completing my Masters in Accounting &  ‘training’ to pass the CPA Exam. This wouldn’t be possible with the support of my family, friends and sponsors. All roads will lead to October 8th, 2016 – […]

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Ironman Arizona 2015 Race Report

20 Nov , 2015  

Ironman Arizona Race Recap The one that hurt the most. Swim : one loop lake swim in 63 degree waters. Cloudy skies made sighting the buoys very easy. The lack of yardage over the past couple of months of training translated to a 1:15:xx swim. Nonetheless, I felt good coming out of the water and […]

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Ironman Louisville – ALOHA!

26 Oct , 2015  

Mission Accomplished. The build up towards Ironman Louisville was shorter than ideal – something that many athletes doing the Ironman 70.3 World Championship & Kona would agree with. Essentially, it was allotted me about 5 1/2 weeks after coming back from Zell Am See, Austria to build and taper. I quickly got to work after […]

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