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It seems that sport and life are often defined by the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. These are what we remember; we revel in the huge victories, and we often become defined by how we respond to the biggest struggles. They help us create more compelling stories. And while these two extremes […]

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With all of the recent changes and chatter going on about WTC and the current state of racing as a professional triathlete, I figured I’d voice my thoughts on it. I try to avoid engaging in too much social media exchange, as it seems on the whole fairly unproductive (though it can be a catalyst […]

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‘You have to believe in yourself and with that comes the results. I am normally pretty consistent. But I’ve had many a lousy day. Shit happens. It’s how you deal with it, ya know?” (Tim Don)   Many thanks to Tim Don for saying this. While racing Kansas 5150 today, this quote popped into my […]

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Photo by James Richman There are times that success is realized not by a stellar, mind-blowing performance but rather seeing what your body and mind can do when the situation is less than ideal. This concept sums up my race in Coeur d’Alene. I walk away feeling like I was successful, despite not a perfect […]

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