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General

Letter to Andrew Messick

Jun/02/2011 in General

This week I will skip an Q&A and post this letter. Last week WTC (Ironman) appointed a new CEO, he has the opportunity to get back to growing the sport. Here are my thoughts of where he can start...

8th – Capital Texas Triathlon

Jun/01/2011 in General

After spending Monday seeing Graceland and Sun Studios, I drove to Austin and got a few days of really hot training in. After dodging the sun for Memorial Day Weekend. It was time to race on Monday.The field was loaded and I was...

Brad Zoller

May/26/2011 in General

This guy flies, seriously. Brad Zoller spent many years of his pro career as an American Airlines pilot and professional triathlete. With the airline turmoil, his sights are a lot more focused on racing triathlon and he has found where he fits best...

8th – Memphis In May

May/24/2011 in General

With most of us thinking it would be a Swim-Swim-Swim venturing to flooded Memphis, we were all thrilled to find that the race course was in fact very dry. The race, on the other hand turned out to be a flood! The race was postponed for...

Jordan Jones

May/20/2011 in General

He gave up his 9-5, oh wait, midnight to 8am to develop a company with his wife & race pro. I will cut to the chase with the multi-talented Jordan Jones.Andrew - You may have run in college, but your bike is currently your...

19th – Rev3 Knoxville

May/17/2011 in General

We hear these stories of athletes coming off an injury and having an epic race. The stories have been told of Olympic, World, and National champs have been injured the last X weeks and gone out and had dream performances after being down and out....

Herbert Krabel

May/12/2011 in General

This German man has helped shape the sport of triathlon, no questions asked. In the early 90's he was a triathlete. After winning his first mountain bike race he charged through the amatuer ranks and quickly became pro. He beat his body...

Roll of the Dice

May/10/2011 in General

I will start off with the fact that I am so frustrated with what happened at St Anthony's, all I can do is laugh. It is like a freakin' joke, and I am getting a little sick of being the butt of freak accidents...

Andrew Yoder

May/05/2011 in General

He went pro at 17, since then he has beaten world champions and won some bigger races. While a strong swimmer and runner, he is becoming a legend on the bike. His focus is the Olympic distance I will race him many times...

A Need For Improvement

May/03/2011 in General

If you are interested in my short St Anthony's Race Report, see the blue text below this weeks HOT TOPIC!The young sport of triathlon is having a big growing pain right now. There are a lot of people diving into the sport...