Tuesday, 12 July 2011 03:30
Oatmeal, Game Faces & Stolen Cookies...
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 02:30
By Dan Hedgecock
Race Report - Falling asleep this last Friday night was tough. As I lay in bed I was just too excited for Lifetime the next morning. I've been looking forward to this race since last July when I was 6th. Don't get me wrong, there are tons of really great races in Minnesota with beautiful courses, and friendly volunteers and Kevin O'Connor's hot dogs afterwards. But Lifetime is one of the big shows in the US, and there's nothing quite like a big race. I picked two races this year to be
Sarah, Dan & Catherine Didn't Get the Memo...
Monday, 11 July 2011 03:00
(Great photos from Kerry Yndestad's Facebook Page - L - Dan does his Nixon impression. R - Cathy tells Claire something funny.)
Race Coverage- Some days just aren't very fast. Saturday was one of those days.
In general, the times at the 10th anniversary edition of Life Time Minneapolis were slower than in past years. And it wasn't for lack of field quality or due to extremely unaccommodating weather. Sure, there was some light chop and noticeable surface current on Lake Nokomis. There was also humidity and some wind to contend with, though not nearly as troublesome as this event has had to contend with on several occasions in the past. Also, the consistent cloud cover for the majority of the morning on Saturday minimized the severity of ...
Soooooo Much To Say...
Saturday, 09 July 2011 14:58
Totally cool Photo - Paul Phillips/ Competitveimage.us.
Life Time - Minneapolis - This iconic event once again proved that it deserves its reputation as one of the premier triathlons in the World. The cool story lines are too numerous to, well, enumerate here.
And some didn't take place on the actual
Good Karmic Stuff...
Tuesday, 05 July 2011 03:00
(Cool Nick Morales Photo - Alex Barrette, 15, who is already pretty tall, paces Enoch Elliott, 13, who has grown like two feet in the last six months, and two other triathletes out of transition.)
Race Coverage - Jennifer Neuman hoped to go 1:09 at Minneman VII last Saturday. A 1:09:59 would have been just as satisfying as a 1:09-flat.
When Jennifer crossed the final timing mat in 1:10:08, she did what she always does when she finishes a race. She smiled.
Jen has a beautiful smile.
Achieving a time goal was not the only standard of victory for the pretty 40-year-old from Ramsey. For her, victory was already built into the equation. She trains and she races with joy and enthusiasm, and understands that doing so is a victorious way to live....
A Lifetime in a Day...
Sunday, 03 July 2011 03:00
(Rapid City Journal / by Aaron Rosenblatt - Elite triathletes / ultra runner studs, Todd Firebaugh and Scott Penticoff embracing at the conclusion of their inspiring 100 mile odyssey.)
By Scott Penticoff
Race Coverage / Special Feature - Everyone - What an adventure we all had in the Black Hills! Don't know where to begin really as the memories are plentiful and will likely forget to mention or thank someone, if I do I apologize. So while fresh and before the race report I need to thank some specific people who got me to the finish line literally! First and foremost my rock is my wife Renee who has supported me on this journey for the past 9 months. She also had the smile and cheer at the aid stations that I looked for, and who has always believed in me...even when I didn't, love you baby! My girls Jenna (12) and Olivia (8) are my little shining lights, who think I am a little crazy...I agree. My crew and mojo brothers (Novak, Sterg and Olson) who did things other men probably shouldn't do for each other, except for in an Ultra. They not only shared...
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