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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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Ironman Maryland – Champion’s Sherpa Report

24 Oct , 2015  

a perfect weekend. Last year, 3 weeks before Ironman World Championships, I was convinced to participate in Ironman Maryland…for fun. The race features a two loop swim in the Choptank River, a two loop pancake flat bike and a completely flat run, making it ideal conditions for a fast race for most athletes. At this […]

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Race Week: IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship

25 Aug , 2015  

I’m back! It has been a hectic summer juggling a few MBA Accounting courses while working more at the shop and training more! The last two months have been focused on dialing in my 70.3 race performance. As I write up this, I am en route to Zell Am See via Lufthansa. My PFC Team […]

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Challenge Quassy & IRONMAN 70.3 Eagleman

21 Jun , 2015  

It has been quite a while since the last update. There’s really no excuse for why I haven’t updated, other than the usual, “I’ve been to busy” excuse. So here I go…an attempt to condense two epic race weekends into one post. Let us start off at Challenge Quassy, a season opener for many triathletes […]

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Tour of the Battenkill 2015

23 Apr , 2015  

Just one year ago, I raced in my first Battenkill – known by cyclists as one of the toughest one day amateur races in the Northeast. Last year, I raced in Category 5 and came through with a top 10 finish. This year I raced in the Open Category 4 race and found myself finishing […]

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