Coming into 2012, I was one year into being a new dad. Being a parent is the best part of my life, the toll it took on my health, not so much.
This is the story of how I transformed myself from someone who had not run since grade nine, and who could not do the front crawl, to a finisher of multiple half-ironmans, marathons, adventure races, and most recently bikepacking adventures.
This is the second of two parts about my three-day adventure on the Durham Destroyer Full Monty. If you haven't already, you can read part […]
My phone rang today, and a fun notification popped up that was both unexpecting and exciting. Why Blog and My Vision for the Blog Hitting […]
After months of training, in September 2019 I posted my fastest half-ironman at 5:47:41, followed shortly thereafter by coming within 2:09 of a Boston Qualifying […]
As I reflect on 2019 and my surprising marathon PB at the 2019 Waterfront Marathon, the part that I've always struggled with is how do […]
As I pulled off the DVP, I felt that familiar feeling, a strange mix of nervous stomach, some race day jitters, and the energy of […]
With the summer of bikepacking coming to an end, and an injury return to running going okay, I've decided to set my sights on a […]
In 2014 I signed up for my first mountain bike race, the Hardwood SingleTrack Classic, where I learned lessons that still hold true today. […]
Although the experience of running my first half marathon in 2012 was amazing, it didn't take long for me to hang up my running shoes […]
Coming into 2020, I was riding an extreme high. I had finished 2019 by running my fastest marathon, finishing with a PB of 3:17 at […]