Ironman Boulder- No Fear

Fourth place can be one of the hardest outcomes to face. After all, it’s well off the pace of the winner and it’s the first position that misses the podium. For me, however, the outcome of Ironman Boulder was worthy of big-time celebration. Not only is it my best finish to date, but I experienced both a mental and physical performance that previously only existed in my heart. I opted to tackle my first Ironman a bit later this season (as opposed to last year’s Ironman Texas in April). I had hired a new coach, Marilyn Chychota, in January and I wanted to give the two of us time to settle into our groove before ramping up for Ironman. Boulder is an easy flight, I’ve got some great local suppor

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