The Olympic Spirit

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I’m a huge fan of the Olympics.  It is one of the few times that some of the sports that I love, such as sailing, triathlon, running, swimming and cycling, get a spotlight on the world stage.  It is also awesome to see countries from all over the world come together . . . → Read More: The Olympic Spirit

What Keeps Me Motivated?

Of course I’d like to be faster, but who doesn’t?  This isn’t enough though. You reach plateaus, you get injured, so you have to have something else to fall back on — something solid. This week, I realized what my solid, go-to motivator was.  What keeps me training and participating in endurance events — my . . . → Read More: What Keeps Me Motivated?

Just a Little Motivation…

This one goes out to my friends Brenda Hansen and Katie McManners who are both doing their first marathon this weekend at the St. Jude Memphis Marathon.  Good luck ladies!

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

I know, it’s weird, but now a days it seems that everything and everyone are supporting breast cancer awareness or research — it’s trendy.  I mean, this last Sunday all of the NFL teams wore pink gloves, socks, shoes, even the coaches had a pink ribbon embroidered on their shirts, it everywhere.  Everyone is aware . . . → Read More: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Woman, 61, Takes On 103 Mile Swim

There are amazing, inspirational people around us every day and it’s hard to single-out only a few people, but this woman is truly exceptional.  At the age of 28 she made her first attempt at making the 103 mile journey from Havana, Cuba to Key West, Florida, but she had to give up 40 hours . . . → Read More: Woman, 61, Takes On 103 Mile Swim

Chilean Miner to Run NYC Marathon

Could you imagine being trapped a half-mile underground for 69 days?  I certainly couldn’t, but Edison Pena can because he was one of the 33 miners trapped in a Chilean mine when it collapsed on August 5th.  Probably one of the reasons he was able to survive the ordeal is because he ran in the . . . → Read More: Chilean Miner to Run NYC Marathon

Race for the Cure 2010

On Saturday, October 16th, 2010 I, along with 45,000+ other people, participated in the Komen Race for the Cure in Little Rock, AR.  I arrived around 7:15am so that I could find a parking spot and get close to the front of the group before the start.  While waiting around for the start . . . → Read More: Race for the Cure 2010

This nearly brought me to tears…


This week I have been a little bit more regimented towards my training since I’m most likely going to do the CATS Sprint Triathlon on September 12.  But, I have also been a little unfocused because I’m getting ready for my vacation next week.  During times like these when training isn’t necessarily my top priority, . . . → Read More: Inspiration

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