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1st – Decatur Triathlon

Jul/13/2011 in General

To start out, this race has the best support of any I do. Every year the Local, County, and State Police turn out in masses to support this event which is a tribute to one of their fallen friends, Rodney T Miller.Traveling with mom is...

Jeff Paul

Jul/07/2011 in General

This is an archived interview from 2010, to catch up with what Jeff Paul is up to these days...

Work = Fun?

Jul/05/2011 in General

As the holiday weekend has come to a close, I am left wondering about the general population. When we talk about our jobs, so many people are frustrated with where they work and who they work with. Which brings me to my soap...

Missy Kuck

Jun/30/2011 in General

I had not even taken a competitive swim stroke when Missy Kuck hung up her swim career and started into triathlon. After 15 years as an age grouper she FINALLY made the jump to pro. I guess somethings are worth waiting for...

11th Philly Tri

Jun/28/2011 in General

Some people have good luck, some have bad luck, and some have just plain no luck. Now I am not saying that I need luck to be successful, but the random crap that has gone on this spring is just a bit ridiculous. ...

Kyle Leto

Jun/23/2011 in General

He is quickly becoming successful working full time and racing on the weekends. Kyle Leto has crushed us all in the swim, but every weekend he is clawing closer and closer to the podium at the finishline.Andrew - Full time job, full time triathlete. Been...

10th – DC Tri

Jun/21/2011 in General

Since Quassy I have not been able to train much due to straining my back on a downhill at the end of the 1/2. I made the decision on Wednesday to pack up the car and head out to DC and give the race a...

Chris Foster

Jun/09/2011 in General

Today we are chasing Chris Foster. If I travel at the speed of sound on the bike, he travels at the speed of light on the run. A sub 5 mile is not rare to him, I am not just talking about 1 of them,...

6th Rev3 Quassy

Jun/07/2011 in General

Where do I even start. After a nearly 2000 mile drive from Austin, TX on short rest (only 6 days since CapTex), it was time to open the throttle on one of the hardest courses in the world. The hills at Quassy...