A video and list of the essential tools that I bring to every race. Includes links for purchasing specific items.
Challenge Iceland was originally supposed to be a “test-flight” for Norseman, but I ended up falling in love with both the event and the country of Iceland.
I know that I've never been more prepared for a race than I was for Norseman, and in terms of specific preparation, it might be the finest and most focused build I've had in my career. This preparation showed up on race day with what I would say is one of the very best race performances in my career. I drained the tank to absolutely empty on that course.
This is Part One of an experiment that I'm conducting on myself. I plan to post Part Two after Norseman, with an update on how this all went. Like many people, I find myself increasing tethered to my phone (and, to a less degree, my computer) under the guise of "productivity." In part, because social … Continue reading The Tyranny Of Productivity
#268. It doesn't seem like a particularly auspicious number. But on August 5, those three digits will become an indelible part of my triathlon journey. Since I first learned about the Norseman Xtreme Tri, through the participation in 2005 of my long-time friend and some-time training partner Bjorn Andersson, it has remained something of a … Continue reading Bib #268
Ironman 70.3 Victoria Victoria, BC, CAN ★ 2017.06.04 Santa Rosa 70.3 was a bit of a "freebie" in terms of the performance relative to the training I'd done. Essentially, I raced Santa Rosa off the training and taper of Ironman Texas. With some larger goals for later in the summer, I put in some solid … Continue reading Turn Back The Clock
Ironman 70.3 Santa Rosa Santa Rosa, CA ★ 2017.05.13 After drifting away from the rather pro forma "I swam; I biked; I ran" race reports, I've found myself coming back to these sorts of analytical post-race assessments. While a bit of humor or philosophy is a welcome change, I think that write-ups like these are more useful for other folks, … Continue reading Back On The Horse