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Category Archives: Ironman
Race Day finally arrived1 There’s only a couple things we do before a race. Eat breakfast, and get our mindset right. I found this video a couple of years ago, and for some reason it does the trick for me. … Continue reading
"If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way. If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse." – Jim Rohn Ironman Coeur D’Alene! We are just a couple of days from doing this, and I can’t wait. We are … Continue reading
If you would have asked me 12-14 years ago if there would ever be an Ironman event in Raleigh, I would have said you are crazy. It’s funny how things change. Raleigh used to be a sleepy little medium sized … Continue reading
Ironman race day is always an amazing experience. People from all over the world converge on a single location for 140.6 miles of racing. All walks of life, dozens of languages, men, women, young, and old. It’s not about all … Continue reading
Making it to the starting line is a gift. We are so close I can hardly stand it. The bikes are on a truck headed for the mountains of Canada. We’ve packed enough salt tablets to seriously help out with … Continue reading
The following is my race plan as best as I can determine at the moment. Saturday: Check in bike, bags, etc. Dinner – 3p.m.-4p.m Feet up and relaxing by 5p.m Bed – 8p.m. Race Day: Wake: 4a.m. Breakfast – Bagel … Continue reading
Photo taken recently of the new I-540 just days prior to opening. I snuck on to the 6 traffic-free lanes of cycling goodness on part of an 85 mile ride. "It’s not the will to win that matters – everyone … Continue reading
There are numerous things to consider when choosing an Ironman. – Location – Time of year – Bike course hilly/flat? – Run hilly/flat? – Swim Ocean/Lake or Cold/Hot? I ran across this really well done … Continue reading
We’re less than 70 days away from Ironman Mont-Tremblant. This is the time of year where training on the weekend really matters. The goal is to make it to race day with no regrets. Have I done the best I … Continue reading