USAT Nationals

USAT Nationals

I competed in USAT Nationals in Omaha NE. in a new age group this year! But apparently no one there knew about slowing down as you get older. In fact the top 2 or so finishers in my age group beat many younger age group top finishers. I was honored to toe the line...
just keep counting, just keep counting…

just keep counting, just keep counting…

Your brain can’t multitask… (Really? But I’m a mom, of course my brain can multitask.) I heard this when I went to listen to Simon Marshall, PhD & Lesley Paterson speak at the San Diego International Triathlon expo promoting their new book Brave Athlete, Calm The...
Ruck A Chuck 50K vs. Icebreaker sprint triathlon

Ruck A Chuck 50K vs. Icebreaker sprint triathlon

I did the Ruck A Chuck 50K trail run March 18, and a month later the TBF Icebreaker sprint triathlon… two vastly different races so I figured I’d list the differences between the two. Goals/strategy 50K: go slow, then go slower (actual advice given to me out on...
now for something completely different…

now for something completely different…

I’ve had some fun races since ITU World’s Championship in Cozumel last September. I did Heart of Cool trail 10K on my birthday (came in first overall!). SF to Napa RAGNAR with 11 other amazing woman (200 mile relay), no sleep for 30 hours but an amazing time. We took...

ITU Worlds Cozumel

I am going to backtrack a bit before I start my Cozumel race story. Not many people know this but at the beginning of the year I didn’t want to do triathlons any more. I lost that inner drive that got me excited to train and race. I still trained, and I still raced,...