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Triathlon

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  • My 90 day challenge

    Monday June 6 marks the date of a project -- one that will take strength, will-power and some extreme self-determination. I'm embarking on a 90-day challenge that is taking place at US Crossfit in Encinitas. Here's the skinny: Do Crossfit workouts 5 days...
  • Road Blocks

    It's a friday afternoon, my husband Chase and I are headed out to La Jolla Cove to start our weekend of training off right! We have a 1-2 mile swim, and then we're off to the grocery store to buy some pasta for our pre-workout dinner. The plan for the...
  • More than a little Inspiration

    Sunday morning came earlier than expected. As I woke up for the CAF San Diego Triathlon Challenge, I was moving a little sluggish.... I got up at 5:30am to go down to the course and meet my relay teammates, but was a little pokey as a moved around the...
  • The endorphin junkie

    I finally feel like I'm ready! A weekend of what I like to call " addiction" has settled in and now I'm ready to train even more and even harder. I'm currently preparing for the Ironman, an opportunity that many people will never take in their lifetime....
  • My first Ironman

    The training has all paid off. I went, and I conquered! It was a beautiful weekend in Cozumel for the 2nd annual Ironman Triathlon, and every second of the race will remain a memory that I will keep with me for the rest of my life. Let's start with the...
  • Welcome to In Training

    Welcome to Heather Ford "In-Training": As a San Diegan dedicated to the sport of triathlon, I've decided to write about what I do to train for the races that we all love to do. I'm an ordinary girl, with a crazy work schedule, whose decided to take on...
  • I do it for the T-shirt

    For the rest of the non-triathlon world it is unexplainable as to why someone would swim, bike, and run hundreds of miles for "fun". And sometimes its even harder for us moving, and lively triathlete types to describe exactly *why we do what we do....
  • The running connection

    I'm not sure if it's the endorphins acting up, or a bond that you create with someone when you break a sweat, but there is definitely something about going on a "run" that will bring people together: as friends, as partners, as a couple, etc., etc. I've...
  • Phelps-led U.S. relay team 3rd in 400 free

    Et cetera Phelps-led U.S. relay team 3rd in 400 free Michael Phelps of Fells Point and his United States teammates finished third in the 400-meter freestyle relay on the first day of the World Swimming Championships in Shanghai, China. The Americans...
  • If Lance Armstrong cheated, should we forgive and forget?

    If Lance Armstrong cheated, should we forgive and forget?
    The French were right about Iraq, and now they're right about one of our great American heroes, Lance Armstrong. Don't you hate it? The French never bought Lance's claims of drug-free victories in the Tour de France. Now a federal investigation may...
  • Rescued Chilean miner to run in New York City Marathon

     
    While trapped in a collapsed mine nearly half a mile underground for more than two months, Edison Pena would jog in the unblocked tunnels, sometimes up to six miles a day. He just may have been trying to pass the......