28
July
2014

Challenge New Albany

Challenge New Albany

Better Late Than Never!

Categories: Adam Otstot

21
July
2014

A Decidedly Crooked Swim

An XTERRA Eastern Championships Race Report

A Decidedly Crooked Swim

One place out of the money for the second time this season.  If I just would have started in a better swim position, not gone around the “sighting” buoy, hadn’t had a minor bike mechanical, yadda, yadda, yadda. shoulda, woulda, coulda. 

Forget hypotheticals.  Forget excuses.

To prove you can do it, you just have to do it. 

Categories: Chris Ganter

21
July
2014

That Hurt

2014 microMussel Race Report

BFrank MMussel03It’s roughly a 100 yard swim, roughly a half mile bike ride and roughly a 200 yard run. It’s all roughly, because there is absolutely nothing serious about this race. Why? Because for the bike portion, the adult must ride a kid’s big wheel or tricycle.

Categories: Bryan Frank

18
July
2014

MD Swim For Life-- 5 Miler

Off we go!

Swim 5 miles?  Sure, why not?!?

Categories: Stephanie Ewert

11
July
2014

Rev3 Williamsburg...Bring on the Aquabike

Kicking off the 2014 Season

Categories: Stephanie Ewert

11
July
2014

Rock N Roll Half Marathon

Racing in the Neighborhood

Categories: Stephanie Ewert

10
July
2014

Pretending to be a Pro Triathlete for a Day

2014 ITU Chicago Race Report

BFrank ITUChicago Run03Back in 2009, my first full year of “being a triathlete,” the International Triathlon Union (ITU) brought one of their World Triathlon Series (WTS) event to American soil for the first time. Their chosen location: Washington DC. Toward the middle of last year, ITU announced that Chicago would hold a WTS event for 2014 and 2015 with an age group race in which the amateurs could compete. Racing in the urban landscape of Chicago sounded really fun so I signed up.

Categories: Bryan Frank

09
July
2014

Chicago ITU World Triathlon

Chicago ITU World Triathlon

If Batman were to do a triathlon, this would be it!