It’s like Where’s Waldo.. can you find me?! 🤣✌️ This is the best thing about living in Columbus / Fort Benning is the cycling community. This group is amazing! They make me work hard! ❤️ 🚴♀️ 📸 @silent_hammer_ga
Great highlight video from @worldtriathlon of the best women triathletes in the world trying to earn an Olympic Qualification spot for their country. Honestly, you’ll have to watch the WHOLE race, it’s not one you see very often. There were some low lows and some high high moments. I cheered and cried and cheered and got mad. LOL. Very dramatic for triathlon. But I love it. -
Hard to follow that act. Men start tonight at 6:30 ET.
Check out this video of highlights from Age Group Nationals Day 1! This is a place where you want to be! It was an all day party. These athletes have accomplished so much by just qualifying to race at age group nationals! It's a huge goal, but you too can accomplish something great.
Next year we are back in Milwaukee, WI. Set your goals now. Get involved with @usatriathlon and @USA tfoundation and we can help give you resources to achieve your dreams!
Today was SO inspiring and tomorrow we have even more racing!! Today we finished off with a Splash and Dash that the foundation helped put together. These were local kids from Cleveland who completed their very first triathlon!
My time in The Great Pacific Northwest has come to an end. I loved every second of it. It was great being able to see my friends and family and spend as much time outdoors as I could. My sense for adventure is even higher. I feel rejuvenated. Back to my roots. Ready to tackle whatever this world throws at me next. I’m off to Cleveland to support USA Triathlon’s Age Group National Championships, then back to Georgia for Logan’s graduation of Ranger School August 30th. ❤️❤️❤️ #Grateful
Another day. Another Lake. Takhlakh Lake, Mount Adams. Day Trippin’
@van_lavish in action. Fun to watch my brother play his band in Portland this weekend. 🤘🤘🤘 @tladdus
Go Beavs! Spent some time Back at Oregon State. Ran on some of my favorite trails. Went to a Sugar Ray concert with my mother-in-law. Ate at American Dream. Coached at the Country Club. It felt like I was back at college. The only thing missing was football! ((And my friends))
Just doing some of my daily favorite Hood River things. ❤️ 🌲 🍒 🏔 🌊 🍦 🌅
Went on a beautiful hike yesterday up at Barlow Pass on Mount Hood. Hiked 9 miles, some of it on the Pacific Crest Trail. #TheGreatPNW
I got to visit the rose garden in Portland, the city of Roses. The flowers had so much beauty and fragrance. The colors were so vibrant and attractive. Flowers are one of life’s natural beauties. You can’t be sad in a garden of roses. 😍🥰🌹
I love being home. The Pacific Northwest is so beautiful in the summer. I had some good ole quality time fishing and kayaking with my dad! He even caught a fish and I witnessed it on video. ❤️🌲 🎣 🛶
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I love being able to eat out and create food and experience with memories. This breakfast was from a time when Logan and I travelled up to Vail, CO. I like to order a side of potatoes when eating out. Potatoes are more energy dense than other popular vegetables and provide the carbs, potassium and energy you need for long endurance events. Real Food. Real Performance. Potatoes Fuel Performance #whatareyoueating#potatoesfuelyou#ad
I love being able to eat out and create food and experience with memories. This breakfast was from a time when Logan and I travelled up to Vail, CO. I like to order a side of potatoes when eating out. Potatoes are more energy dense than other popular vegetables and provide the carbs, potassium and energy you need for long endurance events. Real Food. Real Performance. @potatoesfuelperformance#whatareyoueating#potatoesfuelyou#ad
This weekend I spontaneously jumped into an ultramarathon at Camp Merrill where Logan is at Ranger School. You could choose to walk/run 6, 12, 24 or 48 hours. I chose 12 hours and stopped after 50 miles. Logan joined me the second half of 24 miles. It was cool to see a lot of the rangers participate! I got to run through some storms which reminded me a lot of Oregon. I’m not sure if it motivated me to do a marathon, an ultramarathon (100miles), a 70.3 or an Ironman. I know it motivated me to sit on my couch and watch Stranger Things. LOL. I love the North Georgia area, it’s super cute. Happy that I accomplished that, maybe next time I’ll train. Thanks @dumassevents for putting on a great 48-hour event!