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IM 70.3 Blue Ridge
Maine 70.3 2019
IM 70.3 Eagleman 2019
IM 70.3 Indian Wells 2018
Tobay Sprint Triathlon 2018 (Fastest swim AG)
Jamesport Sprint Triathlon 2018
St Anthony’s Olympic Triathlon (top 10 fundraiser for Team In Training/LLS)
Main Focus: Triathlon
Bucket List: Ironman Boulder
Post Race Drink: Beer
Off day activity: Going to a sporting event, concert or good restaurant
Life is full of surprises and the darkest clouds can lead to beautiful, sunny skies. This is how I would describe my journey. I was able to weather the storm twice (cancer including stem cell transplant). I started to take spin class and before you knew it, bought a road bike. Soon enough, I started swimming. Finally, despite despising it, I started to run. I did my first triathlon in August 2017. Then, I figured I would celebrate my 5 year cancer free anniversary and pay it back by raising funds for LLS and racing in the St Anthony’s triathlon. I then bought a tri bike and have signed up for a Half Ironman, not only because I believe how the training greatly prepares you for success, but the Ohana crew is simply an amazing group of positive, supportive people who make training and race day a remarkable experience. I always thought triathletes were nuts especially when they talked about how great they feel after training and racing. Having experienced that myself, I can honestly say it does feel amazing. You will not only be amazed at what you can accomplish, but you will have fun doing it.