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A winning dream

I had the most wonderful dream last night.

I won my first Tri and I didn’t know that I won until names were announce. Not sure of the distance, but I know that I won. 151 more words

Athena

Gwen Jorgensen Regains World No. 1 Ranking - Triathlon

Team USA’s Gwen Jorgensen wins her 9th consecutive World Triathlon series title. Gwen cruised out victoriously at the ITU World Triathlon Yokohama in Yokohama, Japan. This is her 3rd consecutive win in Japan and her 9th consecutive win overall. 119 more words

Sports

My view on why we need 50 women at Kona

Over the last several months there has been the “Thing” going on in the wonderful world of Triathlons, but mostly in the world of Ironman racing. 593 more words

Athena

Hello world!

Here’s a little about myself… I’m married with 2 kids. My son is 7 and my Daughter is 5. I’m a full time mom, this is new for me. 148 more words

ACL

Is a Triathlon on Your Bucket List?

Triathletes are ordinary people like you and me. Yes there are elitists who will cross the finish line before you make the half-way point, but most of your competition is just thanking God they are still alive after the swim. 1,549 more words

Health/Fitness

The Spandex Crowd

I originally wrote this for Facebook, but wanted to keep it easier to find here in my blog.  I am truly blessed to now live in a town that has patience and understanding for those who pedal, but I know this attitude doesn’t exist everywhere, and I know even in my cycling utopia, there are people who feel more anger and annoyance sadly. 556 more words

Life

What Does “Strength Training” Mean to You?

The topic for discussion at the Santa Barbara Triathlon Club March meeting, hosted by club prez Aldous Pabon, was myth busting. Aldous brought together a panel of local coaches, Matt Trost, Jason Smith, John Abrami, and nutritionist in training Chris Latham, with yours truly, to try and separate the facts from the fiction from a list of triathlon training and racing myths. 1,404 more words

Triathlon