My Pro Debut at Oceanside 70.3

I debuted in my Pro Triathlon season nearly two weeks ago at Oceanside 70.3. (I also cannot come up with a better intro.) I left NYC after work on Thursday, April 5, flew to southern California for my first time ever, rented a car, and drove the 40 miles north to my Airbnb 7 miles east of the Oceanside race course. Something about navigating an airport to a rental car to my reserved accommodations completely solo makes me feel very grown up, not that I deserve accolades for getting myself to the race site with the aide of modern technology.

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Vertical Challenge v2.0

This year's Vertical Challenge, an urban stair race to benefit Back On My Feet NYC was a big success. Racers did loops of course, which consisted of 0.36 miles including climbing 120 steps. One hour later, the racer with the most laps is the winner. 

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Coach CaneComment
What Triathletes Can Learn from the 2018 Winter Olympics

As I think more about my rookie professional triathlon season, I find it to be more inspiring to look outside my world of swim, bike, run. With the 2018 Winter Olympics going on, there are so many amazing events and athletes that I've been drawn to.

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NYC Marathon Course Preview

Yes, it's mostly just "left foot, right foot, repeat" until you get to Tavern on the Green, but if you manage the course wisely, you'll be able to get the most out of your physical ability. Here's a preview.

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Coach CaneComment