Welcome

Hello and welcome to my website about all things triathlon (and related topics)! I hope you enjoy your time here as much as I’ll (some day) enjoy being a podium finisher in my age group!

I’m fairly new to the sport with 2017 being what I consider my second triathlon season. I use this site as a way to reflect on my training and racing experiences, my race goals, as well as the gear that I use.

Blog

  • Back at it again
    Back at it again
    January 16, 2018 by
    It’s 2018, and although I haven’t posted much on my blog, triathlon is frequently on my mind. This is the first time in a couple of years that I haven’t signed up for some type of race by now. The past two Novembers, I’ve registered for Raleigh […]...
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  • Learn the Art of Transition
    Learn the Art of Transition
    July 6, 2017 by
    I suck at time-management. There are no if, ands, or buts about it. I have the best intention of arriving on time for whatever the scenario, and oftentimes I have plenty of time to prepare and leave, but still I end up being late  more often than […]...
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  • Gear Watch: Power Meters
    Gear Watch: Power Meters
    June 19, 2017 by
    This past week, I’ve been scouring the web in search of power meters. I would really like to take my cycling to the next level by training and racing with a power meter. I’ve known for quite some time about the benefits of training with power. Since […]...
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  • Race Day Pacing
    Race Day Pacing
    June 7, 2017 by
    After my recent IRONMAN 70.3 race in Raleigh, I realized that I really need to work on my pacing and overall energy output. My swim needs work in general, so I won’t address that here. My bike split was fast; my goal was to average 19 miles […]...
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  • 2017 Raleigh Half Ironman Race Report
    2017 Raleigh Half Ironman Race Report
    June 6, 2017 by
    Key Take-Aways SWIM My Garmin watch calculated that I swam 1.25 miles which, for me, is the most accurate, on-course swim I’ve had to date. However, I need to continue to work on improving my swim technique, efficiency, and speed. BIKE: The 404/808 ZIPP wheels that I […]...
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