Coteau-du-lac Pan American Cup Recap

June 29, 2011


This past weekend I made the six hour drive from Lowell, MA to just outside of Montreal for the Coteau-du-lac Continental Cup. I competed in this event last year and finished in a close second to Canada’s Andrew Yorke. I knew my main competition in this race would be Jason Wilson (BAR) and last year’s […]

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Into the Summer

June 22, 2011


I apologize for not updating my blog for a while. I can’t say that I’ve been wicked busy, slightly lazy maybe be more accurate. Alas, here is a brief summary of all my significant triathlon-related events of the past couple months in chronological order: New Orleans 70.3 Windermere Roadies Group Rides Leaving FL and heading […]

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Great Videos from Mooloolaba

March 29, 2011


The ITU Mooloolaba, Australia World cup is one of the longest standing World Cups in the sport of ITU triathlon. All the big names in the sport have raced there. It’s a challenging course, it’s always competitive, and the hot & humid conditions make it even harder. The Aussies have a great tradition of performing […]

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Race Report from Chile

March 26, 2011


Rough one in Chile   The Santiago Continental Cup didn’t pan out as I hoped it would. The race was actually 30 minutes outside of Santiago at a place called Piedra Roja. The athletes were bused out to the race course on Saturday for training and then Sunday for the race. The swim was in […]

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Update from Somewhere over South America

March 17, 2011


I’m writing this en route to my second race of the year: the ITU Santiago, Chile Pan-American Cup. The week of training post Clermont Sprint was incredibly productive with lots of run miles and group rides. I did a 2 hr ride with 5×5 minutes hard in a paceline with Sexton (who was hanging around […]

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Clermont Sprint Season Opener

March 8, 2011


My 2011 triathlon season is officially underway. I had an okay-at-best season opener at USAT Sprint Nationals. I ended up in 20th place (8th American). It was a full start list with 75 athletes mostly from the U.S., but South America and Europe were also represented well. In fact, the winner of the race was […]

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Kicking Off 2011

March 4, 2011


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 […]

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