02
May
2014

Rust Buster

Starting the season at St. Anthony's

Rust Buster

While waiting in the port o' potty line before this year’s St. Anthony’s Triathlon, I was asked how many times I’ve done the race. It was my first Olympic distance race in 2004, and I’ve raced it pretty frequently since then. I’ve competed in it when the swim went parallel to the Pier, when the swim has been cancelled, and the first year they moved the swim to the current location. The race is always competitive, humid, and bumpy. This year’s was no different. 

Categories: Seeley Gutierrez

30
April
2014

5k to Ironman...They All Hurt!

Enter the Pain Cave!

Categories: Jeremy Rielley

29
April
2014

Privilege and Honor

an appreciation of our sport

Categories: Ben Rawson

28
April
2014

DC Rock n Roll Marathon

Why did I sign up for a spring marathon you may ask? Well, my dad qualified for Boston at the Des Moines marathon last fall and this was all the motivation I needed to train through the winter and try to get a qualifying time.

 

Categories: Courtney Fulton

26
March
2014

Tri-Mania Recap

Tri-Mania Recap

Team champions for the 4th year in a row!

Categories: Joe Munchak

18
March
2014

Rock 'n Roll 1/2 Marathon Race Report

Rock 'n Roll 1/2 Marathon Race Report

Taking on a new coach and a completely new training method 6 weeks before this race left me unsure of what to expect.

Categories: Holli Finneren

18
March
2014

The individual nature of non-traumatic sports injuries

ben rawson

I see/hear a lot of questions online and through informal medical channels about injury advice. I've put together a few things that should be taken into consideration when addressing an injury.

Categories: Ben Rawson

16
March
2014

Rockn' and Rolln' through my First Marathon

DC's Rock n' Roll Marathon 2014

Rockn' and Rolln' through my First Marathon

Teammates along the course, world's best coach/sister, and support crew Bart got me sub 3:30! 

Categories: Mindy Ko