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I'm the Slowest Biker

After a 2.4 mile swim, the Ironman continues with a 112 mile bike ride.


I learned how to ride a bike on my sister’s blue banana bike. 872 more words


I can. I am. I do.
The past year I have tried to live consciously concerning myself with how I finish these sentences. Far to often I’ve allowed word combinations like “should have,” “could have,” “wouldn’t,” and ” what if?” dictate my thought patterns and actions. 293 more words


The percentage of my workouts I completed this week! This is a big deal for me. Because confession time:  last year, I got way too lazy with my marathon training. 577 more words



Hi and Happy New Year!
2016 was one of the most important and transforming years of my life. It began with a decision in early January to run the 2016 Chicago marathon for Team World Vision. 528 more words

The Swim Story

The Ironman Triathlon begins with a 2.4 mile swim.

Growing up less than a half mile from the eastern shore of White Bear Lake, I spent a lot of time in the water as a child. 821 more words

To God be the Glory

I had done it!!  I remember crossing the finish line, but do not remember hearing or seeing anything in that moment.

The last 3 weeks of training were the toughest.   2,192 more words

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The Turning Point

Last Saturday marked a huge milestone for me – it was Team World Vision’s 20 mile run – the longest run of the marathon training. 672 more words