The Setting The town of Nice is a very cosy city. Located on the French riviera you can get there through its airport if you come from outside the country, or by train if you come from Paris. Personally, I chose to travel by train from Paris and it was quite easy. For those looking[…]
Ending the season on a disappointing race is always difficult and I did so in Aix with a very bad race. The root cause of the situation was likely a combination of too much travel and not enough training, new allergies I was just learning to deal with, and maybe complacency with the distance that[…]
UPDATE: Due to the popularity of this post from people looking for the course map, here is my Garmin race data with the actual elevation and distance. In preparation for the Ironman Pays D’Aix 70.3, I decided to ride most of the course during a vacation nearby and share my experiences for those of you[…]
Pacing and building stamina are key ingredients in any endurance race, but my on-going work makes me realize it is just as applicable in the business world
As I look back at my decision to maximize training and getting sick, the lessons aren’t necessarily evident and the boundaries of balancing work and triathlon keep getting pushed.
A quick in-and-trip overseas to prioritize friendship was worth it, Airborne gives me an immune boost and I’m dreading tomorrow’s swim practice