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My Rev3 Revolver

Oct/18/2011 in General

With all of the series that I raced in this year, this was the least likely one that I thought I would be talking about at the end of the season. Yet a piece of glass and a penalty ended my chances at 5150...

Matt Wisthoff

Oct/14/2011 in General

After celebrating a win in the Carolina's, I figured I might as well catch up with a Carolinan this week. This long haired rebel is very easily noticed among the buzz cut professional field. I present to you Matthew Wisthoff.Andrew - Matt, the...

1st Rev3 South Carolina

Oct/11/2011 in General

With 15 races behind me, over a million yards of swimming and 2500 miles of running, I was ready to finish off my season in a big way. The days leading up to the race were very uneasy, I was super fit, it was the...

Heather Fuhr

Oct/07/2011 in General

In the haste of me headed to Rev3 South Carolina and Heather Fuhr juggling Kona, we were able to connect on a dip into the past...

9th US Open Triathlon

Oct/04/2011 in General

I was excited to race an Olympic distance race again. I spent the last 210.9 miles of "racing" doing "pacing." Now it was time to let the engine scream. A small (14 starters), extremely loaded male field was on hand, and a bad anything and...

Malaika Homo

Sep/29/2011 in General

This ever smiling Hoosier native has settled at the base of the Wasatch Mountain Range (UT) where she has trained for and raced every distance, but was still striving for that first big podium. This year she broke out with strong performances in the Rev3...

Championship Season

Sep/27/2011 in General

48 weeks ago I started training for what was to be an epic season. A triple peak season...

Jordan Rapp

Sep/22/2011 in General

He had a career year in 2009 with 2 Ironman wins, then was nearly killed in a bike crash and is back in 2011 with redemption at Ironman Canada. Yet his performances are only half of the man that is Jordan Rapp. Rappster is well...

Training Vs Recovery

Sep/20/2011 in General

Thank you for all of the congrats. It still really has not sunk in yet. I was going to finish and I thought that a top 5 was achievable, but the thought of winning really did not cross my mind until mile 140.55 (of 140.6).As...

Wassner Twins – Part 2

Sep/15/2011 in General

QUICK LINK TO PART 1 Last weekend I may have done something crazy, but so did these twins. They raced SOS Triathlon, a bike, run, swim, run (normally there is 2 more swims and 1 more run). The race was shortened due to flooding from...