Season Opener 2017: Half Moon Bay Sprint

USAP's Half Moon Bay triathlons are a great season opener. Dust off the cobwebs, get out the creaks and cracks, and remind your body how to move fast. For me, HMB was my first race after the first off-season filled with consistent training in my life. I started working with Mitchell Reiss and ETPA last … Continue reading Season Opener 2017: Half Moon Bay Sprint

Challenge and Chill – Sandman 2016

If you want to be transported to the roots of triathlon, this is the race for you. I love this race – low key, competitive, and super fun. I’m so glad I raced it last year and I’m thrilled I was able to race it again this year. The Sandman is no joke. You start … Continue reading Challenge and Chill – Sandman 2016

Oakland Tri 2016!

Here we are! A year after what I had originally planned as my first triathlon. I can’t believe how much I’ve learned since that decision! First off: huge thank you to Topo Athletic, the incredible team behind the shoes that have taught me that running isn’t the WORST and that it is actually kind of … Continue reading Oakland Tri 2016!

Just add it to the list: California Sprint Triathlon

Bummed about your race? Add a race to your calendar!* *As long as it fits your goal plan! USA Production's California Sprint and International Triathlons were not originally on my calendar. But after a disappointing day at Monte Rio, I was itching to race again. Turns out, as a sponsor of USA Productions races, Topo Athletic had … Continue reading Just add it to the list: California Sprint Triathlon

Monte Rio Sprint Tri 2016: Or, my race plan went to hell.

I have procrastinated massively in writing this up. It isn't short.  I'd like to say I've moved past this, but I can't lie - I haven't. I've had ten flats in less than two months, and now every time I ride I feel the anxiety pit in my stomach: will I flat again? Will I be stranded … Continue reading Monte Rio Sprint Tri 2016: Or, my race plan went to hell.

Oakland Running Festival – Race Report

I learned a big lesson from this race. Without support, you cannot succeed. You may have read about my blister. Or maybe you saw my post about my flu-turned-cough? Ya. One of those turned out to affect me a whole lot more than expected. Had I not started the race with a group of teammates, … Continue reading Oakland Running Festival – Race Report

Brazen Bay Breeze: 10km Race Report

The race was fantastic, but I'll be honest with you - I was miserable. Not through anything the organizers, volunteers, or other racers did. I have no idea what happened, but I was in pain, I was exhausted, and I hated every second of that run. I was unable-to-walk-sore for a full day, literally parked it … Continue reading Brazen Bay Breeze: 10km Race Report