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May 112017

I’ll admit it.  I’m a bit Type A.  Okay, maybe more than just a bit.  I like being in charge, and I certainly don’t like asking for help. So, in typical Type-A fashion, when I entered my first “big” triathlon, Ironman Austin 70.3 a few years back, I felt I had covered all the bases Continue Reading «What You Can Learn From My Spectacular Failure»

Nov 252014
Offseason – What Exactly Does It Mean?

By now, most Oklahoma area athletes are entering a grey area in their training and racing schedule. Darkness and cold temperature have become the norm, and most of our racing is done for the year. Suddenly, we are left to decide what to do with all this extra time on our hands and we finally Continue Reading «Offseason – What Exactly Does It Mean?»

Apr 012013
The Driving Force

I’ve been competing in triathlons for the past twelve years. I started out in 2001 with the SuperSprint Tri at OCCC in Oklahoma City and I’ve never looked back. Since then, I’ve mostly been drawn to the Half Ironman and Ironman distances. Not necessarily because I was good at them, but because it was more Continue Reading «The Driving Force»

Apr 012013

As an adult, I’ve decided to dedicate a good majority of my spare time towards running, cycling, and swimming.  I am currently not married and have no kids (besides my dog that is) so I am able to be pretty selfish with my time towards this hobby. I am originally from Enid, Oklahoma and ran Continue Reading «My Whole New World»