Casey Schnack-Schild won the 30-34 age group at...

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Mike Bishop lined up with the PRO/Cat 1 guys at the...

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Rodney placed 1st place in the 50-54 age group and...

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 Jeanne Bishop placed 2nd overall female at the Tri...

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Return to Innocence?

Note:  This was written during the winter of the first season I 'retired' from professional racing.  It was definitely a time of reflection and questioning...

I was reading U2byU2, and Bono was talking about looking at a picture of himself 20 years ago.  Somebody asked him what the Bono of today would ask the Bono of 20 years ago?  His response inspired my thoughts.

HUFF 50k Race Report

    So I did another ultra-marathon last weekend.  If you have been following my previous blog entries, you may be a bit perplexed as to why I did a ultra-marathon when I so clearly stated that I’m retiring from long stuff and focusing on getting fast.  Well, the Huff is fun and we were in Indiana already and, ultimately, I can; so I did.

Ironman Tips

Note:  This post was written in 2007, my last season racing as a professional.

There are a lot of folks planning on doing an IM this season.  I came up with a list of tips that some of you may find helpful.  I was surprised that I only came up with 6, but, at least from my experience, I cannot think of any more.    So here are my 6 tips for a successful IM experience (by the way, the race is only a small part of the experience). 

Ironman Journey

Note:  This post was written in 2007, my last season racing as a professional.

I got hooked on Ironman shortly after I became hooked on triathlon.  I viewed Ironman as the pinnacle of triathlon, the ultimate test of endurance.  I was intrigued by the complexity of the event and the amount of training involved.  Ironman athletes were in control of their bodies, physically able to go the distance and mentally able to stay strong. 

Ironman Florida Race Report

Note:  This post was written in 2007, my last season racing as a professional.

For the past 6 years, I have trained with the hopes of going 1/5/3.  Be on the bike in one hour, less than five hours on the bike and sub-three hours for the run.  And for the past 6 years, I truly believed (and still do) that I am capable of going well under 9 hours. The thing is, with Ironman… you never know.  So there you have it – my goal and idea of what I thought I could do at Ironman. 

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