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Kicking off 2012 on the Roads

January 4, 2012

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After my final race of 2011 I took a relaxing two weeks off from training and then quickly jumped back into things. With my first triathlon of the year approaching on January 22, I was forced to build my training load rapidly. After my first three-week build, I had a recovery week going into New […]

Elite Nationals Race Report

October 4, 2011

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Two weeks ago I drove out to Buffalo to participate in my fifth USA Elite Nationals race. This was not a key focus event for me, and I had a heavy training load going into race week. Nevertheless, I was still confident that I could perform well as I had finished in a strong sixth […]

Racing Tri-Cal Style

September 18, 2011

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Racing Tri-Cal Style My past two races have been the San Francisco Triathlon at Alcatraz on August 21st and the Triathlon at Pacific Grove, CA on September 10th. Both races were put on by the veteran race company Tri-California. I love doing these races. I always say that Tri-Cal is a big-time race company with […]

Kicking Off 2011

March 4, 2011

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Less than 24 hours away until I toe the line at my first race of the year: USAT Sprint Nationals. This is the first time in USAT history that they’re hosting an elite nationals for the sprint distance, so it’s going to be an historic event! Although I’m in the middle of a tough 4 […]

Team Psycho Indoor Time Trial ’11

February 12, 2011

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Earlier this afternoon I was able to continue my 3 year indoor TT winning streak. The event took place at an empty car dealership showroom right next to Fastsplits. Since I haven’t done any speed/anaerobic work on the bike yet this year, the time trial brought 21 minutes of pure agony to my lungs and […]

Keep on keepin’ on!

July 20, 2010

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After a somewhat disappointing first half to the year things are beginning to turn around. I basically raced more than any other American but somehow slid backwards in the rankings. I mean, by May I had already been to Chile, Ecuador, Australia for 3 weeks, South Korea, and all over the U.S. I struggled with […]

Keep on keepin’ on!

July 20, 2010

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After a somewhat disappointing first half to the year things are beginning to turn around. I basically raced more than any other American but somehow slid backwards in the rankings. I mean, by May I had already been to Chile, Ecuador, Australia for 3 weeks, South Korea, and all over the U.S. I struggled with […]