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Charlie Kern

Apr/28/2011 in General

Today we will talk with our first non multi-sport athlete. He is one of the most talked about masters runners in the country and my run coach. In just the last few months Charlie Kern won the masters mile at the New Balance...

Work is Done

Apr/26/2011 in General

It is race season, finally. Serious race season, week in week out, balls to the wall on the weekend and recover all week. Life becomes simple. Race, Recover. With 6 weeks up ahead that look like this:5/1 - St Anthony's5/15 -...

Nick Wanninger

Apr/22/2011 in General

For the last 3 years he was part of US Pro Tri, now he is a one man wrecking machine that is a sole proprietor outside the sport. Straight from the southern tip of Indiana, welcome Nick Wanninger...

I feel for you Greg Olsen

Apr/19/2011 in General

Last week ESPN and Chicago media was all over a scene I know all too well. Stevenson High School throwing a professional athlete out of their facilities. It is a public high school and we as tax payers pay a lot of money...

Blake Becker

Apr/14/2011 in General

As I grew into the sport after the turn of the millennium, so was this man from central Wisconsin. It seemed like race after race, year after year we would duke it out. Both of us made our pro debut in 2006 where...

Is Spring Actually Here?

Apr/12/2011 in General

The winter weather dragged it's feet. For the whole month of March we had late January early February weather. The first week of April, finally felt like a bit of March...

Taxes

Apr/05/2011 in General

What is worse? Finding out:a.) That nearly 1/3 of what you busted your butt to earn this year is going to pay for the Obama's vacations, wars that don't effect you, and rescue efforts in countries that didn't do anything to help us when...

Jimmy Archer

Mar/31/2011 in General

This week we have Jimmy Archer, a pro that has results in every type of racing over the last decade. Not only do we see his name and mullet at the races, we read his articles in the magazines. He grew up at...

Doses of Speed

Mar/29/2011 in General

To start off, many have asked my toughest workout for Abu Dhabi. I did a lot of tough workouts, a lot of what I know as "man makers." The one that does standout occurred the day after the famed Chicago blizzard. It...

Ken Cooper

Mar/24/2011 in General

I don't know how to say it best, this guy helped launch triathlon back into existence. On a Sunday afternoon 10 years ago, NBC covered Life Time Triathlon in Minneapolis in which Craig Walton dug so deep, but came up just short of an...