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Ironman Race Day: the rerun

It’s become a tradition.

The Ironteam supporters from our training squad – those sane enough not to be doing that crazy Ironman thing – gather photos and video footage from the day to be compiled into a video memento. 81 more words

They can't all be pretty

March 23rd…first triathlon of the season….USAP Event’s Half Moon Bay Triathlon. About and month prior, I decided that I would race the International distace (.9 mile swim, 27 mile ride, and 6.2 mile run) since I would have completed a half marathon just two weeks before ( I didn’t write a blog about that race because I am lame and forgot). 1,338 more words

Runner Profile - Alicia DiFabio

Alicia is a mom of 4 girls (yeah, you read that right F-O-U-R), a runner, triathlete, on the board of directors of the Mullica Hill Women’s Tri Club, breast cancer survivor, and to add to that already quite impressive resume, she is now a published author. 959 more words

5k

The Root of almost Every Social Ill is Fear.  What's the Root of Fear?

The Root of almost Every Social Ill is Fear.

The Root of Fear is Dishonesty.

Period. End of story. Put a bow on it. Just a thought.

Cycling

Clock is ticking to Bratislava

I am now in full training mode for the European Aquathlon championships. I have been quiet over the past month in blogging but wanted to knuckle down and concentrate on training. 961 more words

Adult Swim (Not That One)

I made a <A HREF=”http://lauravanderkam.com/2015/06/2015-list-100-dreams/”>List of Dreams</A> a long time ago and update if randomly as new things pop up on my radar (much easier now that it’s in OneNote and not on loose leaf paper).   566 more words

Health

Are You Ready to Try Road Cycling?

With the right equipment, specific training adaptations, and practice, any triathlete can morph into a competent and even competitive cyclist.

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