I never really like this time of the year! Kids go back to school, our local outdoor pool closes, the nights draw in, the weather starts to change and no real races left to go. So its time to catch up with a few things and then start to plan for what’s ahead. The first thing I need to catch up with is getting this blog up and running – something I have been meaning to do for months. Why do I want to write a blog! Mainly as there has been so much happening in the Triliving world that I just feel I need to share and also we have so much planned going forward. So lots to look forward to 🙂
For today I just want to recognise all the Triliving athletes that have had such great performances this year – I am not going to mention everyone but it has been an awesome year with many truly remarkable achievements. But I do want to wish good luck to Marco and Olivia who will be racing 70.3 Worlds this weekend and then in a few weeks time it will be very exciting to see how Alison Rowatt and Stu Andersen get on in Hawaii (again). As we all know qualifying for Hawaii is tough enough but to go there with high goals and expectations then you really need to be on top of your game. In a few weeks I would like to talk abut about how these guys manage to train so successfully around their busy lives.
Other notable performances were last weekend when on his 3rd attempt of trying Piet Hein finished the UTMB in an amazing 254 position. I would not really class myself as an Ultra runner coach but it was great fun helping Piet prepare and then been with him as his support crew and watching the race unfold. 170km run over the Mt Blanc mountain range – its nuts but amazing all at the same time.
And both my boys Oliver and Oscar who are now racing nationally both in France and the Uk and making good gains each year but more importantly enjoying the sport
Thats all for now – but stay tuned as I have lots to talk about and share.
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