We are a week out from the 2010 ITU World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, and I couldn’t be any more excited. When I first qualified for this race back in the fall of 2009, I had full intentions of competing, but as the winter and spring passed, the logistics proved to be challenging and my interest […]
Start of the run at Timberman 70.3 I traveled to Gilford, New Hampshire to take part in my first half-Ironman: Timberman 70.3. After spending my first seven years in the sport focusing on the sprint and Olympic distance, I decided to see what I could do at the longer distance. I was excited for the […]
I had a great race at the Timberman 70.3, said Morgan Anderson (FFT-IOS Pro Development Team), winning my age group and running well to a 4:44. I’d like to thank Brian Duffy, my sister Nano, and my cat Mr. Biggelsworth.
Jesse Thomas (FFT/IOS Pro Development Team) wins the amateur title at Escape From Alcatraz by 7-minutes, a time that would place him 7th in the (stacked) men’s professional field. jesse used his All-American running background to post the fastest run of the day, out-splitting Hunter Kemper, Andy Potts, Chris McCormack, and Beven Dockerty. With this […]
Wow. Dudes swim fast. But….that actually wasn’t too bad. As usual, I was pretty disappointed with my race when I crossed the finish line. And as usual, once I talked to the people that know me best, saw the actual results, and digested the performance a bit, I felt a lot better about it. So […]
For some reason, was feeling a time-line on this one, let me know what you think: 2 AM – (2 hours before alarm). Wide awake. Check the 10k results from the Stanford meet the night before. A buddy on the Oregon Track Club, Chris Thompson, runs 27:29, crushing his personal best (3rd all-time for UK, […]