I decided to write this post to possibly bring hope to those triathletes who are currently injured, or who will one day be injured. After my bike crash in April, I scoured the internet (and Slowtwitch) to find people who suffered similar injuries, and all I read were doomsday scenarios. I’m a
It's been a busy few months since Age Group Nationals in Milwaukee! I've been to Canada and Arizona for a couple races with Aaron and have been busy with work too! I wanted to get this race report up a while ago but better late than never, right? I definitely had high expectations going into this
This summer (and fall) were filled with a bit of training, a bit of racing, and a lot of travel! Here's what I've been up to the past several months: 1) Yosemite. We kicked off the summer with a trip to Yosemite for our friends Anthony and Susan's wedding. Cell coverage was non-existant, and
Better late than never... My first blog entry as a member of FFT is well overdue, so I'll give a little background information and season overview. I joined the team back in November after I began swimming with Brian Duffy at the nearby YMCA. When I spoke with Eric I let him know right away that
by Erika Erickson At some point this will be a race report about an amazing weekend chock full of triathlons, vuvuzelas, and more Rudy Project back backs than you can shake a stick at - but I feel compelled to give a teensy bit of back story first so you can fully appreciate the journey. Settle
I competed in my first triathlon of the season a couple weeks ago, New Orleans 70.3. Overall, great trip, but the race was pretty much a case of... seemed like if something could go wrong, it did go wrong. I've done this race a bunch of times but this was the first time that Chris would be able
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