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Age Group Perspective on 70.3 - by Robin Trotman

All of us race, participate, or train for different reasons.  After several years of racing, my wife Jill as a spectator/supporter and me as a delusional age grouper, we have made some interesting observations.  We thought that it might just be helpful to share these, in the context of our recent experience in my first half ironman.  Just to give folks something to chew on and maybe even remember at their next race.

Measure to Excel

In the January 26-27 Wall Street Journal, Bill Gates wrote an article titled, "My Plan To Fix The World’s Biggest Problems – Measure Them!"  The take home message was:  without feedback from precise measurements, any progress is destined to be “rare and erratic.”  Gates writes, “You can achieve incredible progress if you set a clear goal and find a measure that will drive progress toward that goal.”  

2012 ECo Wrap-Up

As we wrap up the 2012 season, I wanted to say THANK YOU to everyone who is part of the ECo family.  I was very impressed with how hard the athletes worked this year,  how open the athletes were to adapting to new training, and how well the athletes performed.  ECo athletes are part of a group of incredible athletes who have chosen to train wisely, work hard, and redefine their limits.  The results speak for themselves. 

Athlete Spotlight: Jenny Clark

Tri-Umph!  
by Kelly Simon
 
For a woman with every reason to quit, Jenny Clark teaches us what it means to have courage in the face of fear, to pursue life with an enduring yes, and to never give up. It is this spirit and tenacity that have allowed Jenny to become a premier athlete. Jenny, a physical/rehabilitation medicine doctor in Columbia, has experienced what it means to heal, endure and live in the face of adversity. A true Iron Woman, she is  forging an incredible journey.

Q & A with Jackie Pearce

 

Jackie Pearce is an assistant teaching professor of comparative ophthalmology at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine and local Columbia triathlete. With three advanced degrees and years of competitive athletics, she is no stranger to achievement.  After becoming a respected professional in the science and veterinary community, she now seeks to earn that same respect in the world of professional triathletes.

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