Reaching pinnacle of outdoor pursuits Everest Awards spotlight high-adrenaline athletes By Scott Willoughby and Jason Blevins Denver Post Staff Writers
The following comment was posted in response to the story I wrote about XTERRA Richmond. It was well written and well thought out and I thought it was worth highlighting. I have also commented on his comments. I invite you to do the same.
As published on www.triathletemag.com. Some fun rides in Victoria….
Melanie is lured into the IV medical tent again after struggling with the 2007 edition of XTERRA Richmond…
As published in Hersports Magazine, some questions answered on improving cycling, short training races and training camps…..
My latest article as posted on www.triathletemag.com…. Control the things you can and don’t worry about those you can’t.
Hot weather and rugged conditions created a formidable challenge in Pelham, Alabama for all of us racing XTERRA #2. Did my best on a day where I felt less than stellar. This picture says it all… whoa.. this is rough!
I would like to thank BUMP for inviting me to the 13th Annual Bump and Grind at Oak Mountain State Park. Unfortunately, it really wasn’t the performance I think anyone was looking for. I am sure my jet set schedule really was not ideal race prep and in the end I basically had no legs …
This year I had the honor of being nominated for an Everest Award at the Teva Mountain Games in Vail, Colorado. Thanks to Joel Health and the crew at the Teva Games, I was convinced to change my plans for the second and third stop on the XTERRA tour in order to accommodate the awards …