Category Archives: running

NYC 26.2

So…. Here’s the story… When I registered for the 2019 NYC Marathon many many months ago, life’s priorities were in a much different place. I initially saw an opportunity to race my 27th marathon while raising funds for Autism Speaks in honor of our recently diagnosed grandson Reed. Many of you are aware that life then dealt us [...]
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TCS NYC Marathon

I’ve committed to racing the 2019 TCS NYC Marathon in support of Autism Speaks. As some of you may know, our grandson Reed was recently diagnosed with autism. I’m determined to do anything within my power to help ensure Reed and all of the other Reeds in this  world have the tools and resources needed [...]
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Coming in 2019… Stay Tuned…

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OCNJ 10 Miler & Ibrutinib

My first full week with my new oral chemo had me feeling good enough to jump into the Ocean City New Jersey 10 miler. And I felt beyond great. It was just a perfect day with much to be thankful for. Especially my wife Mary Grace for always being ….. everything. I could never do what [...]
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Sport Sunglass Product Review – Prowler by AMO

As a long time multisport junkie and triathlon coach who has been through my fair share of sport sunglasses over the years, I was very eager to road test a pair of Prowlers in AMO’s (Advanced Multisport Optics) Transformer series. I chose the Prowler for their versatility and adaptability for use on both the bike [...]
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Two Ways to Help Save Lives

Just sending a reminder to folks that you have two ways to help me in the fight against blood cancers. I’m currently registered for two different events, both of which benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. And both of which help save and improve the lives of people living with these cancers. Any support of [...]
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Broad Street 10 Miler

So….. here’s the deal. I decided to jump into the Broad Street 10 Miler with Team in Training and could use your help. This year marks 12 years living with chronic lymphocytic leukemia and 12 years working with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society on multiple campaigns. I figured it was time to jump into another [...]
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HOKA ONE Shoe Review

I decided to make the switch to HOKA brand running shoes a few months ago. I wasn’t disappointed with my previous shoe brand, but I was coming off of torn meniscus surgery and wanted to make a switch to a softer and more cushioned ride. And that’s exactly what I got with HOKA. I opted [...]
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Welcome Legend Compression Wear

Legend Compression Wear delivers a full line of everyday and performance based compression products and they’ve invited me to join their team as a Brand Ambassador representing their line. This is another good fit as Legend is very philanthropically minded and gives back to and supports many global organizations and causes. Stay tuned for more including [...]
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NYC Marathon Recap

I don’t want to bore people with a long winded race recap. But I do want to say THANK YOU for everyone’s well wishes and congratulations at the NYC Marathon. As some of you know, I went into this one with a small health blip on the radar which was being treated and monitored. I [...]
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