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One Year Ironman Anniversary: Celebration, Inspiration and Friendship

Yesterday was the anniversary of my first Ironman.  It was a day of celebration, inspiration and friendship. I celebrated by biking 105 miles with over 6,100 ft of climbing.  I was suppose to ride the day before however was under the weather.  While I felt good enough  to tackle a big ride the following day, […]

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Swimming at Altitude: Interview with Jeff Pearson Coach & National Open Water Swimming Champion

“At 6,000 feet, the race [Ironman Lake Tahoe] boasts the highest starting altitude of any Ironman with plenty of climbing, it may also earn the title of ‘toughest’ Ironman” http://triathlon.competitor.com/2013/08/photos/course-recon-ironman-lake-tahoe_81962 And I thought I was signing up for the pretty scenery and clean lake?  Shoot me now. Even Mark Allen, triathlon God, agreed.  Mark posted […]

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