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IRONMAN RACE COVERAGE ONCE AGAIN DISAPPOINTS – BETH LAMIE

Yesterday at Ironman Texas – the North American Ironman Championship – records were broken. It seems like records are broken all the time in this sport, and as the saying goes, that’s why records exist.

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Cooooooowtooooown

Last Sunday I ran the farthest I've ever run in one day.

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Frost Giant 10k

Ok!  Heading down to tomorrow Texas for the next "17 in 2017" event and figured I should post an update.  

Let's start with the last (#2) event - the 10k up in Estes Park a few weeks ago:

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Oatmeal anyone?

Heyo!  Wanted to post a quick update on the "17 in 2017" - 1 down, 16 to go!  :-)  

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Thank you!

Almost three weeks ago I crashed while riding my bike.  Not quite sure what happened.  I think I had a momentary lapse in focus, followed by the realization that I was coming into a gravel-littered curve in the road a bit faster than I preferred

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Oh, la pluie!

Generally, the weather here in southern France is spectacular!  It's sunny and warm and wonderful.  But, every so often, you get a little reminder to appreciate those fabulous days.  I got a good one on Sunday.

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Hello from South Africa!

Ok, so it's been a few years since I posted on my blog, but I have too much that I want to share at this moment to fit into a Tweet!  So let's get to it:

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Kona 2013 Race Report

Welp, that was a day!  A tough, but rewarding day...

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Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

The past two and a half weeks have been quite the adventure! It started out with the usual race-centered escapades, but shortly thereafter tailspinned into a full-blown Lewis Carrol novel!

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Funny Stuff!

Well, at least I think so! These commercials make me laugh. Every time! Hope you get the giggles, too!

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IRONMAN RACE COVERAGE ONCE AGAIN DISAPPOINTS – BETH LAMIE

Yesterday at Ironman Texas – the North American Ironman Championship – records were broken. It seems like records are broken all the time in this sport, and as the saying goes, that’s why records exist.

Last Sunday I ran the farthest I've ever run in one day.

Ok!  Heading down to tomorrow Texas for the next "17 in 2017" event and figured I should post an update.  

Let's start with the last (#2) event - the 10k up in Estes Park a few weeks ago:

Heyo!  Wanted to post a quick update on the "17 in 2017" - 1 down, 16 to go!  :-)  

Almost three weeks ago I crashed while riding my bike.  Not quite sure what happened.  I think I had a momentary lapse in focus, followed by the realization that I was coming into a gravel-littered curve in the road a bit faster than I preferred

Generally, the weather here in southern France is spectacular!  It's sunny and warm and wonderful.  But, every so often, you get a little reminder to appreciate those fabulous days.  I got a good one on Sunday.

Ok, so it's been a few years since I posted on my blog, but I have too much that I want to share at this moment to fit into a Tweet!  So let's get to it:

Welp, that was a day!  A tough, but rewarding day...

The past two and a half weeks have been quite the adventure! It started out with the usual race-centered escapades, but shortly thereafter tailspinned into a full-blown Lewis Carrol novel!

Well, at least I think so! These commercials make me laugh. Every time! Hope you get the giggles, too!

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Cortney Martin
3 years ago
What an ordeal, glad you are on the mend and that it was not worse, but how frustrating that an inattentive rider in a pack would be the cause. I took one of those sleepers to/from Boston and it is unbelievably tiny and I was also not a fan of the "private loo"! Rest up and recover!
Cortney Martin
3 years ago
What an ordeal, glad you are on the mend and that it was not worse, but how frustrating that an inattentive rider in a pack would be the cause. I took one of those sleepers to/from Boston and it is unbelievably tiny and I was also not a fan of the "private loo"! Rest up and recover!