Triathlete. Ironman X 2 Finisher
The characteristics of doing triathlons and Ironmans that apply to life.
1) Ability to see things through to completion.
4) Hard work
5) Solid Commitment
6) Laser Focus
7) Grit. Day In (usually very early in the morning) and Day Out.
8) Teamwork (Ironman triathlons takes teamwork to make
the dream work.)
9) Planning & Execution
10) Strength of Character. Strong Mind. Strong Body.
11.) Showing up. On time. When you said you would. InteGRITy.
I have completed two full Ironman Triathlons. (2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, 26.2 run.) Ironman Lake Tahoe (Air temp was 38 degrees COLD) and Ironman Coeur d'Alene. The Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon was the most memorable. (Watch my video, by clicking---->> HERE as I jump off the boat.) I've also flown to Kona Ironman five years in a row to photograph the Ironman World Championship. It's kinda coolio when the CEO of Ironman gives you a direct shout-out when doing the famous ALS Ice-Bucket Challenge a few years back. Click----->> HERE for video
Rinny Carfrae. Multiple Kona Ironman World Championship Winner.
Ironman Coeur d'Alene
The gals of Wattie Ink in Kona, Hawaii before the race.
J-Lo and I before the
I was nominated by the 1,800 member LA Tri Club, as "Member of the Year," and represented LATC in San Diego. Special moment for me.
With Paralympian, Rudy Garcia-Tolson at the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon.
Doing a photo shoot with Chris "Macca" McCormack for Triathlon Lab.
On the run section of Desert Triathlon.
Big hugs with Chrissie Wellington
Focused on the bike at the
Finishing the Los Angeles Triathlon.