Not so live update, Nissan Xterra South East Championship
( Note: This story is about Jackie Burt, a wicked soon to be pro I am coaching this season…..melanie) Gunnison mom balances competitive drive and life with kids By Brian Metzler Special to The Denver Post Jackie Burt, training in Gunnison with daughter Emma, 9, and son Sam, 7, is hoping to take her triathlon
by IT Interactive This report filed November 30, 2005 Two-time Xterra world champion Melanie McQuaid has confirmed that she will be riding Orbea bikes in 2006, as she seeks to be the first person ever to repeat as champion. "In 2005 I was fortunate enough to be one of the first to race the Alma,
The men’s champion breaks through, while the women’s titlist proves her dominance By Fred Guzman Special to the Honolulu Star-Bulletin Monday, October 24, 2005 MAKENA, Maui >> Under heavily overcast skies, it was a bright afternoon in the lives of two competitors in the off-road Nissan Xterra World Championships yesterday. For one, Nicolas LeBrun of
The skies above Maui have opened up today, a storm announcing the arrival of winter and the beginning of the off season for me. I have just completed the World Xterra Championship, the biggest race of the season attracting the best and the brightest from around the world. In a close race and an exciting
While I spend the last few days here in Victoria preparing to leave for Hawaii, I can’t help but become very philosophical on WHY we do what we do, and what positive effect our actions and choices have on others. It is hard to stay focussed on "winning" things when the achievement is truly fleeting.
Despite the title of this report, the West Championships Xterra was again a battle between Jamie Whitmore and I, but a very unfriendly non-gentleman decided to put himself between us during the bike segment of the race, and then personally attack me after the race, so this story has a bit of spice. Jamie won
Melanie’s Personal Score: 1 triathlon – 1 Victory! Always nice to kick off the season with a win, and although I was concerned that this one was going to be hard going, the legs came around in the crunch and carried me in for a solid winning race! This race is cool because it is