In my most recent race report I mentioned how the frame of my bike came home cracked in 2 places thanks to the negligence of Southwest Airlines and TSA. I know I probably shouldn't be surprised, but apparently neither company will take any responsibility for the handling & damage of the bike. Southwest claims that … Continue reading Southwest & TSA take no responsibility when flying a bike
My season FINALLY started on Sunday. I have to admit I wasn't 100% excited about it in the weeks leading up to the race. For about a month I was suffering from training burnout. Just thinking about the workouts wore me out & I did a lot of slacking. On top of traveling for the … Continue reading Ironman Florida 70.3 Race Report
In this "Going Pro" I got another chance to talk to 3-time Ironman World Champ Craig Alexander and ask him some of the questions emailed and tweeted by you! Craig won his 3rd IM Championship in October. Besides resting after Kona, what are your plans for off-season training? CA: Well so far there has … Continue reading Going Pro: Craig Alexander talks off-season training
I have a lot to write about the Ironman Mooseman this weekend, and I have a ton of video to go through. But I wanted to get this up ASAP.You may have heard about Pros Maxim Kriat and Paul Ambrose neck and neck finish. If not you can read about it here.Well, we had a camera crew … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE Ironman Finish Video!!
Ironman Mooseman 70.3 - Sunday June 5th.At 5am on Sunday June 5th, Adam's "air raid horn" alarm clock went off, letting us know it was time to get up and Ready for Mooseman. We had packed our transition bags the night before, the bikes were checked and waiting for us at the course... It was … Continue reading I’m an Ironman 70.3 FINISHER!