A 14 Hour Lope in the Woods Will Make you Barf, but You’ll Remember It.

A little while ago I got an invite saying do you want to join us on this crazy group run/orienteering event in February. It involved about 17 miles and 10,000 feet of climbing. I was instructed to say "yes" or "no" and that this message would self-destruct. I said "yes." This isn't really a race. … Continue reading A 14 Hour Lope in the Woods Will Make you Barf, but You’ll Remember It.

Anchor Splash Triathlon Race Report

This was supposed to be my last race of my much abbreviated tri season. It sounded benign enough: a 750 point to point, downstream swim, a 15 mile bike, and a 4 mile flat run. They were calling for rain, so I took my knockoff aero wheels off the bike. These stupid wheels look good, … Continue reading Anchor Splash Triathlon Race Report

Watauga Lake Triathlon Race Report

Watauga Lake Triathlon is probably the most underrated race in the southeast. I have been doing this race about every other year since it began in 2005. It's got a challenging, beautiful course that is totally doable for a beginner but can break your heart if you go all out, excellent organization without unnecessary frills, … Continue reading Watauga Lake Triathlon Race Report