- After a broken knee cap, running became more difficult. I decided to take a year off from running and opted to do Aquabike.
- My first 70.3 was not as smooth as I had hoped it would be, but I took away a lot from it that I can use going forward. The entire experience of this race and those I got to experience it with are unforgettable.
In the sport of triathlons, as in life, we are always learning. For me, the Annie Oakley Buffalo Bill Triathlon was no exception.
- We hit the road last week for Waco; home of the Brazos River, the Dr. Pepper Museum and (of course)...Chip and Joanna Gaines. This was the first time the city of Waco hosted the 70.3 Ironman event.
- For me, triathlon is and always has been a way of living a fuller, more joyful life. So what to say about competing as a pro athlete at Ironman 70.3 Worlds except that it brought me so much joy, just to be there, and I will carry that gratitude and joy forward into my life forever. The race is past, but I get to carry this amazing accomplishment forward—23rd in the entire world!!—for all my life.
- The Tri Sirena team recaps their adventures this year at Ironman Augusta 70.3 2018!