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Bill and Toby go big wall climbing

Bill and Toby enjoyed a climb up Washington Column in Yosemite over the weekend. Cool pics below!  






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Anne is featured in Triathlete Magazine

Triathlete Magazine published a lovely feature on yours truly in their November issue. I don’t have the digital link, but here’s a photo of the magazine. Really cool of them to reach out to me for this. I talk about … Continue reading






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Boston Marathon, Bartlett Lake Tri, Arcadia 5K

We had some great results this past weekend! We especially want to recognize Vicki Monsey. Vicki ran the Boston Marathon on Monday and logged one of the best paced marathons we have seen. She finished in 3:21 and took 19th in her AG of over 1,200! She … Continue reading






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Lost Dutchman Half Marathon, Mercedes Marathon

Congratulations to Brian Toncray for his 3rd Overall placing in the Lost Dutchman Half Marathon! He covered this always-tough course in an impressive 1:27! Also, congrats go to Frank Smith who kept his monthly marathon streak alive at the Mercedes Marathon in … Continue reading






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SOMA Half and Quarterman, Paguera Half Distance European Championships, Spain, Bisbee 1000 Stair Climb, St. Louis Half Marathon, Lake Powell Half Marathon, Prescott 6-hr MTB

Lots to report from the weekend! Congratulations to Matt Green who competed for Great Britain in the ETU Half Distance Triathlon European Championships in Paguera-Mallorca, Spain! And stateside, Paul Klusak completed the St. Louis Half Marathon in a PR of 1:28! Closer still, we had athletes race in … Continue reading






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USA Cycling Masters Road National Championships, 70.3 World Championships, Mont Tremblant, Canada, Rev3 Ohio, Hypnosis Aravaipa 75K Night Ultra-Run, Barn Burner 104 MTB race, Nation’s Triathlon, Washington, D.C.

Wow, what a weekend of racing! Our athletes competed in ultra-runs, the 70.3 World Champs, USA Cycling Masters Road National Champs, Rev 3 Ohio 140.6 and 70.3 races, Olympic races and MTB events. Special congratulations to our new national champion, … Continue reading






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20 Calming Techniques for Open Water Swimming

We would probably trade our first born for an open water swim that looked like this. Some swimmers actually get to experience conditions these, the ones leading the race, like an Andy Potts or a Lars Jorgenson, once they’ve broken … Continue reading






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The Recovery Phase of the Swim Stroke is Exactly That

It’s easy to get bogged down in the technicalities associated with executing a proper swim stroke recovery and forget the guiding principle behind it. And that is . . . wait for it . . . to recover. From the … Continue reading






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Vegas Sunrise Tri, Barking Dog Duathlon, CO, South Mountain Bike Time Trial

News from all over this weekend! In Las Vegas, Cortney Ellish raced the Vegas Sunrise Tri at the Olympic distance and Jeremiah Herrman raced the Sprint. Cortney took an impressive 2nd overall female with a time of 2:45 on the hot, windy and hilly course. Jeremiah … Continue reading






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2-count vs 3-count breathing

“Do I need to swim with 3-count, or bilateral, breathing?” No. I’m surprised how many swimmers believe they MUST take three strokes between breaths. It’s just not true. A 2-count breathing pattern is perfectly acceptable. 2-count breathing means taking two … Continue reading






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