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Riding the Wave: "Failure" and Success

I’ve been quiet for a while!! Work has been busy, life hectic and, I’m not going to lie – training somewhat non-existent.  But!! That’s about to change. 1,798 more words


When triathletes go senile

My mother’s main wish in life was to never lose her mental faculties. She dreaded the idea of losing her memory or getting, as she called it, senile. 634 more words

A Week Off was A Poor Decision

I went on a 5 mile run last week and it about killed me. I didn’t do a thing for the next 4-5 days and my body was hurting. 433 more words


With the grass as a crowd and a spider web as the finish line

This morning while running through a local forest preserve, I passed through a portion of path where the tall grass was leaning from either side due to the weight of dew on the seedheads. 158 more words


Triathletes Aren't Born, They're Made 

Building off my last blog post about training being part of my lifestyle. I just want to give you a little insight to what things look like day to day. 389 more words

Weekly review - supporting at the European Triathlon Championships 

Turns out supporting is pretty tiring work and can involve a lot of exercise just by itself! Mum was competing at the age group European Triathlon Championships in Kitzbuhel over the weekend so I flew out after work on Thursday to join her and cheer her and the other members of her triathlon club on. 292 more words


Renewed Dreamer

I went to this speaking thing, where the speaker talked about chasing your dreams. Maybe this dream thing is getting overrated, but it did remind me of a ridiculous, out-of-reach dream goal of mine. 326 more words