We are all setting into a new week of social distancing, closed facilities, the need to stay at home whenever possible, appreciating those on the front lines who do have to keep working so we have the basics needed at home base, finding ways to care for those most vulnerable –– and staying sane in… Read more »
Ironman Arizona 2017 was an amazing experience. I started focusing on this race more than year ago and I am thrilled at the result. My only struggles came during the run and I am very happy with how I rallied and overcame the difficulties to finish well. As “A” races go, Ironman Arizona 2017 was… Read more »
I had planned this trip for a couple of months, I considered Boston as the Mecca for all runners, a privileged given to the toughest, and fastest of all, a race you can only dream of. That is why when two of my best friends—Alan and Nathan—were planning on running, I wanted to go and… Read more »
A little over 1 year ago, I met with Coach T to discuss my racing plans for the year. While I ended up getting to race my big goal races in 2016, it had not been the year I had anticipated. Over the holidays, I had herniated a disc in my back, and spent the… Read more »
Race report: Ironman Arizona 2017 By Lloyd Brown Ironman Arizona 2017 was an amazing experience. I started focusing on this race more than year ago and I am thrilled at the result. My only struggles came during the run and I am very happy with how I rallied and overcame the difficulties to finish well…. Read more »
…maybe the start of this race, my first-ever marathon, was back in DC…. But now I was here in Austin, Texas, where I had never been before in more ways than one.
What do New Zealand, Indianapolis, Key West, Los Angeles, Austin, and Vienna, Va., have in common? They were all racing and training destinations for CT3 athletes during the off-season—or, as we prefer to call it: “winter racing and training season.”