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Portland Urban/Epic Race Report- (~1 mi swim, 25+mi bike, 5.7 mi run.) Too much drama for one race! by Angela Bancroft Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:07am Saturday's race is one I will never forget. I experienced so many emotions and challenges--and I feel I conquered them all. Here goes. We arrived super early as usual. I was so nervous. This was a big day for me. I was going to start in the Elite wave. I wasn't 100% convinced I belonged there although I had amazing friends giving me so much s ... Read on »
Finding Reasons to Run . . . bike, walk, race, swim by Marla-Deen Posted Mon 31 Mar 2014 11:09pm This is the time of year lots of folks begin lacing up their shoes, pounding the pavement, putting on swim caps or filling up bicycle tires all in the name of fundraising.  I bet you thought I was going to say fitness.  Well, what better combination than fundraising AND fitness?  I'm on this topic today because my two teenagers and ... Read on »
Marky V rocks the swim, crashes on the bike, finishes race and goes home by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Apr 2009 10:03pm The life of a professional triathlete is not as glamorous as it might seem. A few months ago Roman Mica chatted with Boulder, CO based Mark VanAkkeren (AKA Marky V) about racing career and what' s it is like to be a pro triathlete. You can listen to that interview HERE. This weekend Marky V looked like a winner at St. Anthony' s Triathlon ... Read on »
St. Anthony's 2/3 Triathlon Race Report (AKA swim, bike, beer) by B.O.B . Posted Tue 01 May 2012 12:00am I made a final decision on Saturday after walking around the expo that I would take a DNF on Sunday. My leg was grouchy all day from walking and I just did not feel that it was going to make it through 6.2 miles no matter what pace I ran. I also didn't feel like walking 6.2 miles. It was one of the tougher decisions I've made with regards to th ... Read on »
Can't swim, bike, or run with Andy: each race is a new Superbowl by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sat 24 Sep 2011 10:15am This Triathlon season seems to have flown by quicker than Mark Cavendish on the Champs-Elysees. It doesn’t seem five minutes since I opened my account back in May at the St Annes sprint triathlon. Sunday sees me closing my account in the last of the Fylde series at Fleetwood, a small coastal fishing town. The attraction of course is raci ... Read on »
CT Women's Triathlon Race Report! by Stephanie Anne Posted Wed 14 Sep 2011 8:40pm Pre-Race You might remembered that I questioned even doing this race. I had registered over a month ago, knowing that last year the race sold out. When I hit the button to send my money to the Hartford Marathon Foundation and register myself as an Athena for race day, I made a promise to myself that I would swim more, and bike more. I was alread ... Read on »
Redman 70.3 - Pre-race Report by Donna Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 26 Sep 2011 12:58pm  Wednesday:  After seeing my family off to work and school, I visited Dr. Taylor one last time for a little tweaking and cold laser.  After that, my TB (aka Training Buddy aka Hombre) picked me up and we were off to the airport. OKC, here we come!  We arrived and it was pretty uneventful and calm.  Just the way I like it. The first si ... Read on »
Timberman 70.3 Race Report by Angela Bancroft Patient Expert Posted Thu 26 Aug 2010 6:38am I'm sitting in a quiet house. I can hear the cats walking around. I can hear the wind outside. I can hear, my thoughts!!! I just dropped my 3 little boys off for their first day of school. The summer ended too early. The forecast is predicting temps in the high 80s and 90s next week. While we should definately be at the lake or the beach on ... Read on »
Quassy: Race Report by JenniferLeah Posted Tue 04 Jun 2013 6:00am Quassy. Oh, what a weekend. Last year I suffered pretty bad on the run and I went into this race with a plan to have a much better run. All my training and planning with Coach has been about nailing this run. I woke on race day feeling a quiet confidence and feeling very well prepared. I am a lot leaner and stronger this year and ... Read on »
CapTex ITU Race Report by -Brandon Posted Fri 28 Aug 2009 8:18pm First off. The race orgainizers did a great job for a first year ITU race. The age group race was solid as usual. Thanks to ALL the volunteers for their tireless help. It was a long day starting at probably 5am and going till almost 5pm for some of them. Pic from MG2...thanks to MG2 for all his transition help and for the cheering. Thanks t ... Read on »