It’s ok to be disappointed

It’s ok to be disappointed if you have a race that did not meet certain expectations or go as planned. It’s ok because it means you care and caring is a good thing. However, disappointment that has a long lifespan eventually just becomes a state of feeling sorry for yourself and that’s lame. What disappointment […]

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Never judge a moment

Long racing means many individual moments. Never judge them. Observing them is ok- it keeps positive and negative out of the equation and allows you to see the situation for what it is and adjust accordingly or if necessary. The problem with judging a moment is that it can send you on an upward or […]

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The Rules

I am asked frequently about the rules surrounding bathroom etiquette during a triathlon. It’s an important question to consider both from a performance standpoint a moral standpoint and of course cool factor. It’s hard to know what to do in various situations so here is a list of rules by which you can govern your […]

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The big let down

If you think you are letting people down after you have a race that doesn’t meet your expectations you are probably wrong. We have a tendency to project outwards what we are feeling internally about ourselves. Usually the only person that feels let down is yourself. If someone does feel let down by how you […]

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