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Tough Women take on Tennessee

Posted on by Kelsey Noll

I am pleased to say that I got to end my season on a high note this year at the Tennessee Toughman Half. To be completely honest, this race wasn’t even on my radar until a few weeks ago when … Continue reading

Ironman Chattanooga Race Report.

Posted on by Tom Lehr

Ironman Chattanooga Race Report. Completed my 5th Ironman Distance event. I’ve learned a lot in the 2 Ironmans I did this year. After my first Ironman in 2015, I set a goal to do at least 1 Ironman a year, … Continue reading

Titanium-man

Posted on by Kerry Martin

2018 wasn’t the year I was expecting. This year, I had two bike crashes and some complicated injuries as a result. The first crash brought about an inflamed (possibly torn?) hip labrum and a broken rib. The second crash was … Continue reading

New Baby, New Races

Posted on by Adam McIntyre

Pushing a baby stroller is a great way to stay in shape, apparently. That is the only explanation as to why I was able to maintain any semblance of fitness throughout this year. Prior to my son being born I … Continue reading

Thank You!

Posted on by Dave Williams

Throughout my many years of training and racing triathlons (this year was my 28th consecutive season!), I’ve had many great training buddies, unforgettable teammates, and made countless friends. In general terms, this year was no different. But, on the other … Continue reading

It’s a Journey

Posted on by 2017 team

A journey is the act of travelling from one place to another. That can apply to many facets of life from the big metaphorical journey right down to the journey from Swim to Bike to Run and Finish. One of … Continue reading

2018 Santa Rosa 70.3

Posted on by Lindsey McIver

In July, I completed a 70.3 in Santa Rosa, California. Well, it was actually a 69.1 race since they cancelled the swim. Short story, I was bummed about the swim cancellation and decided to just have fun with the day, … Continue reading

Fun in the Sun at Beaverdam

Posted on by Kelsey Noll

After a disappointing swim cancelation at Collegiate Nationals, I was eager to do a triathlon that was, well, an actual triathlon. And so I was excited to find that Beaverdam was only two weeks later, and would indeed feature all … Continue reading

Ironman Lake Placid – Keep to your schedule!

Posted on by Tom Lehr

Completed Ironman Lake Placid in what was my toughest ironman to date on a mostly rainy, windy day.  1.75 hours of sleep is not enough sleep the night before an Ironman event! A few reasons for the sleep issue: The … Continue reading

Ten Reasons Why I Ran an Early Season Marathon

Posted on by Martin Stam

Here are the reasons. Read to the bottom to find out what happened… Ten. My friend Spencer was doing the half, so we encouraged each other along the way and did a few workouts together. It really helps to have … Continue reading

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