Posts tagged "David Wallch"

Life Lessons From A Naked Para-Triathlete.

Sarah Reinertsen is a world class athlete, in 2004, she was the  first female amputee to finish the the Ironman World Championships in in Kona, Hawaii. She was born with a condition that caused her left leg to stop growing, that leg deformity is called proximal femoral focal deficiency (PFFD).   That never slowed her... Read more »

Velotopia at Turin!

Once a year Turin hosts Velotopia, a weekend long bike fiesta, featuring great deals, seminars, prizes and guest speakers.  Today at 2:00 Claire George will be speaking about her age group win and Kona qualifying time at Ironman- Wisconsin and answering questions as well. If you are training for an Ironman or just contemplating your... Read more »

The Sunday Pace, February 20, 2011

Indoor triathlons, free races, hot chocolate and a whole lotta SRAM. Together We Tri. Indoor Triathlon-It’s getting warmer outside, but not quite warm enough to get into Lake Michigan and swim, yet.  If you are feeling the need to get in a great workout and a little racing, the Together We Tri Indoor Triathlon, is... Read more »
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Race of the Week- Girls On The Run.

Saturday over 1000 girls ages 8 to 80 will fill Toyota Park with a sea of positive energy, pink and pure running joy!  Yes,  Girls On The Run 5K is back and it’s not too late to get involved, by either registering to run, or coming out to cheer on these amazing athletes as they... Read more »

One on One With Craig Alexander.

Cubicle Dad, hanging out in the front row!
Fresh off his victory at the Racine 70.3 1/2 Ironman on Sunday, two time Ironman World Champion Craig Alexander spoke to sold out house in Arlington Heights, as a part of the Runners High n’ Tri. Dynamic Duo series. Monday featured Alexander and Mirinda Carfrae, next Monday will host Chrissie Wellington. Before the event I... Read more »

Bike to Work Week Rolling Along.

Thankfully nobody confused The World Naked Bike Ride with Bike to Work Week, which kicked off Monday and lasts all week. This is your chance to get out on your bike as well as join a week long party sponsored by several locations around the city and The Active Transportation Alliance. Bike Commuter Stations along... Read more »
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500 Miles of Racing- Pathways To Hope

A lot of you have been asking me about my race schedule for this year and my race goals.   If you keep up with this blog, then you know that my son was born with a broken arm, after a certain doctor, who I am legally not allowed to mention, broke my his arm... Read more »