Tag Archives: Marathon

2017 Race Schedule

May: 6th: Providence marathon June: 17th: Patriot 70.3 July: 23rd: Ironman Lake Placid August: 20th: Tremblant Ironman September: 15th & 16th: Reach The Beach Fall: Marathon?

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2015: The Year I Will Be Fighting A Back Injury

One month from right now I will be in Texas. Before I get into my injury that I am fighting I wanted to share a lesson learned than I will remember for next year. In the past few years I … Continue reading

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2014 Off Season Training- “No Pain!”

Every year I come up with an off-season training plan and goals. I posted last years plan here: 2013/2014 Off-Season Training. Being in New England it’s tough to get out there and bike/run much. I like off-season training to give … Continue reading

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Smuttynose 1/2 Marathon: 10/5/14

Running a 1/2 marathon less than seven days after completing an Ironman seems a bit dumb or insane. Probably somewhere in between. This plan actually came to fruition in late April. While talking with a friend we were trying to … Continue reading

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Ironman Chattanooga Recap

IM CHOO official time: 12:17:17! How does one go from a 16:07 to 12:17 in 135 days? One word.. Nutrition. It’s all about the bleeping nutrition! Coming off of Texas in May I was pretty deflated from messing up my … Continue reading

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Kona

Before I ran my first marathon almost ten years ago I would dream about qualifying for Boston. I would imagine what it’s like to cross that finish line in under 3:10. Today I am still dreaming about what it would … Continue reading

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Are you an A, B, or a C?

Until about three years ago or so I didn’t even know what an A, B, or C was. This term I am referring to is actually used in the corporate world. Sure it’s used in cycling to define what level … Continue reading

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