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WTC Announces IRONMAN Maryland

World Triathlon Corporation (WTC) is announcing Ironman Maryland, a phoenix raised from the ashes of what was Chesapeakeman, to take place on September 20, 2014. The WTC has acted quickly to turn an imminent disaster into a windfall for its own brand and for triathletes living in the metro-Baltimore and greater Mid-Atlantic area.
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Cabrini Swim Team Talk

I had an opportunity to talk to the Cabrini College swim team last night. That was fun for me as I graduated from Cabrini many lifetimes ago so I enjoy visiting the campus whenever I can.  I went in totally cold and unscripted so I wasn’t sure how I was going to frame whatever I [...]
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Challenge AC Profile

The folks at Challenge Atlantic City were very nice in recognizing me in their "Profiles of Courage". The Challange Family rocks and I am very excited to be racing this event in my back yard of Atlantic City New Jersey.
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Challenge Family Arrives in USA with Challenge Atlantic City

SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 – The global long-distance triathlon series Challenge Family has announced Challenge Atlantic City, marking its long awaited debut in the United States. The historic seaside resort, with its world famous Boardwalk and world-class hotels, will host Europe’s leading triathlon series on June 29, 2014. Athletes from across the nation and around the world [...]
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The ChesapeakeMan Endurance Festival Is Filling Fast! – 7 Different Events – There’s One for You!

End your race season with an unforgettable event that everyone is raving about, the CheaspeakeMan Endurance Festival. Enjoy racing through the pristine Blackwater Wildlife Refuge on September 21st  on Maryland’s Eastern Shore when the heat of the season has subsided. Taking place in the same venue as TriColumbia’s world renown, Ironman 70.3 EagleMan race, ChesapeakeMan [...]
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A Few Words to my IRONMAN Lake Placid Friends

As you are now all tucked in your bed trying to get a little sleep the night before this epic event, I wanted to share a few thoughts. Go claim what you have already earned. Trust in the many hours already invested. Believe in the training and in yourself. Embrace the support [...]
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Endurance Planet Interview

I recently chatted with Tawnee Prazak with Endurance Planet. Come have a listen. Click to listen!
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Open Letter to Lance Armstrong

Dear Lance, I need to get a few things off of my chest. I’m conflicted. I am a fellow cancer survivor and was one of your biggest fans, supporters, and advocates. I read your two books. I continue to wear a LIVESTRONG wristband. But I’m conflicted. Our local YMCA is a LIVESTRONG YMCA. I am a board [...]
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New Runner Academy Interview

I recently did an interview with Matt Johnson of Runner Academy and we chatted about a wide array of topics. Come check out the podcast.
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Ken Glah Races Kona 29 Consecutive Years

This year, Endurance Sports Travel founder and 6-time IRONMAN® champion Ken Glah will attend his 29th consecutive IRONMAN World Championship in Kona. An amazing feat that extremely few athletes have achieved since the start of IRONMAN racing in 1978, Ken’s accomplishment is one that speaks to his top-level talent and extreme perseverance. The unrelenting black lava coast of Kona often provides 45 mph crosswinds and scorching 95 degree heat as the backdrop for the drama found in the World Championships. But, those brutal conditions have not stopped Ken from toeing the start line 28 times previously with the thought each time of being the first athlete to finish on Ali’I Drive.
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