Tag Archives: triathlon

Reflections of Iron – Looking Back and Moving Forward

In less than two weeks, I will be making the trek to Orlando Florida to take part in the 25th running of the Great Floridian Triathlon or “GFT” as it’s known in the triathlon world. This will be my third trip to Clermont to race GFT, and this year will be special on many levels. [...]
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“Surviving with Endurance” – Speaking at Endurance Sports Expo

On February 21st at 2:00 PM, I will be speaking at the Endurance Sports Expo in Oaks Pennsylvania with Derek Fitzgerald. The topic of our talk is “Surviving with Endurance”. Two survivors and triathletes share their stories of hope, possibility, overcoming obstacles, and giving back. Steve Brown and Derek Fitzgerald talk about their battles with blood cancer [...]
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The Endurance Sports Expo is Back

The 2013 Endurance Sports Expo is a do not miss event for the endurance sports athlete! At ESE you will find the latest running gear, ride the hottest road and mountain bikes, see the newest tri products, find out about great events and non-profits, and learn from experts in the industry. [...]
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Go Ahead, TRI it

I previously mentioned that I would be doing some work for Philly Health Watch. My first article just launched. Check it out.
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Chris Carmichael’s New Book Unlocks Speed for Time-Crunched Triathletes

Boulder, CO, USA – November 15, 2010 – Following the success of his book The Time-Crunched Cyclist, world renowned endurance sports coach Chris Carmichael has published a new book in the Time-Crunched AthleteT series. The Time-Crunched Triathlete: Race-Winning Fitness in 8 Hours a Week will prepare triathletes for faster performances [...]
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How to Date a Triathlete

Do you wish your loved one would spend as much money on you as they do on their high-performance bike? You’re not alone. In her debut publication How to Date a Triathlete, Lauren McVey-Harsch offers a personal and humorous look inside her relationship with an Ironman triathlete.
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Running in the USA Race Calendar

I found this pretty cool race calendar which offers great search and filter features for anywhere in the states and at any point in the year.
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Off to the Races

I am packed, locked, and loaded for this weekend's ChesapeakeMan Ultra Distance Triathlon in Cambridge Maryland. Or I am at least packed
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Aligning Systems

As I look at the races that I have on my calendar between now and the end of November, I find myself in full system alignment mode. I am at that point where I am taking a lot of inventories and trying to determine what I have done right, what mistakes I may have made, and what I need to do to try to tie all of the pieces together.
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Survivor Story

In May 2004, Bill Crews finished the worst six months of his life. a competitive swimmer and coach, Crews had been training for his first triathlon when his shoulder got sore. He went to the doctor thinking he had torn a rotator cuff and came out learning he had cancer.
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