My thoughts. My opinion & My reflections.
Just Helle and her open mind.
Danish athlete Helle Frederiksen and the BMC-Etixx Pro Triathlon Team powered by Uplace have together decided to part ways.
My experience, riding the ups and downs, tells me to tell you, no matter the problem, big or small, identifying your ‘Why’ can be one of your biggest assets to coming out the other end fit, healthy, stronger, faster and wiser.
As one of the pre-race medal contenders, Frederiksen announces her withdrawal from the upcoming IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships due to injury.
It was a year filled with so many emotions, aided by so many people and providing so many fantastic moments. This is my 2014 year review in pictures.
My Championship Journey – My first hand account of winning that elusive $100.000 Hy-Vee prize cheque and that crippling red card that ended my bid to be world champion.
Expressing my thoughts on the use of training tools. Reflecting on how experience demonstrates that hard work trumps data.
Giving our best matters. My thoughts on why winning is not everything and that exploiting our best on race day is key, whether it be victory, 10th or 100th.
‘The Dash’ by Bragi, in my eyes is one of the most innovative and yet necessary pieces of audio equipment in modern times. I believe this has the potential to change how we listen to music and get performance data, all whilst training. I am so proud to play an active part in such an amazing project.
A world-class swimmer, or any competitive swimmer for that matter, does not necessarily make an effective tri-specific swim coach, and I wish clubs, groups even high performance centres would start to recognise this.
Our sport is young enough, it is connected to campaigns that drive the words Say NO! to doping, yet we accept those that go back into competition? More so they are allowed to earn victories and earn prize money.