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"Bike for show, run for dough”, who has heard this before in the triathlon world? 

The Implication of this saying may be that you should ride strong to impress, and that it’s all about a solid run… don’t get me wrong…. a good run is definitely key to a great overall rac...

I have been thinking about writing this series for quite some time now, and have finally found some time to put the first entry together. I hear so many athletes talk about some new technique he/she has read about, or an article that promises to unlock a new secret to...

It's the off-season, well for most of us it is, so what to do now? If you are working with a coach, this is the time to review your past training and racing season and begin developing goals for the next. The optimal time to set your vision and determine your focus for...

September 24, 2017

Most of us have specific goals and targets - finish in under 'x' time, run my race in an average pace of 'y', win my age group, beat my sister, have fun! Sometimes, we have such a tight grasp on these outcomes that it actually makes it harder to achieve what we are try...

I had been successfully treated for Ewing's sarcoma of my right leg in 2002. In the winter of 2014 I found out that the allograft tacked down by the erector set that had repaired my leg had epically failed. It was painful, pus was pouring out, and I knew the repair was...

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