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08/19/14 at 05:33 PM

I drove up to Milwaukee with my good buddy Lee Wise on the Friday and day before the race. We drove to the course to pick up our packets, drop off our bikes, and after Lee went with his parents I did a bike and run to stretch the legs from the seven hour car ride. It could have been six but I fell asleep in the passenger seat, so I guess that told Lee he should ignore my prior request to drive around Chicago and not through it on a Friday afternoon. Should have listened.


06/30/14 at 01:59 PM

24 hours, 1,440 minutes, 86,400 seconds, 19,000 feet of climbing, and 250 miles are all part of my 24 hour solo single speed U.S. National Championship race. There were over 500 men and women signed up for this final 24 Hour U.S. National Championship race in Gallup NM, with 30 of the best single speed racers in the U.S. in my race. The course consisted of 19.3 mile laps with over 1,500 feet of climbing each lap.


05/09/14 at 06:52 AM

To this date, The Wildflower Triathlon has been the hardest and funniest Olympic distance race I have competed in. The race was tough, but I am glad I got to enjoy it with my USMES teammates. Our triathlon director and athlete, Kathy Rakel, did a great job of ensuring we had a well-coordinated, stress free race.


05/07/14 at 02:13 PM

The United States Military Endurance Sports Elite Cycling Team’s first full team race was at the Joe Martin Stage Race (JMSR) in Fayetteville, AR. After checking out the course layout and stage profiles, I knew it was going to be tough course. The kind of “tough” that makes you wish you would have skimped on that big holiday meal!


04/18/14 at 01:10 AM

Battenkill 2014 was rounded up by Jim Elliott our NE regional coordinator. Lodging was taken care of well ahead of time in Saratoga Springs. Jim runs the event like a veteran Team Director. He checks in on plans and progress as the weekend comes together and gets comms going as everyone is descending on Upstate New York.



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