Celebrating Pablo’s victories at Les Sables d’Olonne 70.3! You make us proud!
Congratulations Keira on winning 2018 Athlete of the Year! You are a powerhouse 💪 Couldn’t be more well deserved!
Second overall, 4 minute PR and nailing a 2:40 marathon! Congratulations, Keira, on your achievement and Richmond Marathon! That is the look of a happy camper.
Yet again, a podium spot for all-star Georgetown University triathlete, Toria! Way to run all of the ladies down!
Congratulations to all of our first time Ironman finshers at Ironman Maryland. With 100% success, it was a perfect day out there! Congratulations Margaret, Ken and Tygar!
Congratulations Sean on your first place age group finish! You are as speedy as a shark!
Look who placed 3rd overall at her 12 hour Adventure Trail Race!! Congratulations Hillary for nailing this race! 💪
Ice cold swim, riding with numb toes and then ‘running’ up Mount Aleska (bear sighting was just icing on the cake)…Congratulations, Sean, for conquering Alaskaman! And having as much fun as possible while doing so.
Congratulations Ben on your 2nd place overall finish at Endless Summer 6 Hour Endurance Race! You crushed some hearts on the trails and remain a wonderful role model to your proud son!
We’ve done it again, Coach AJ! Conquered the seemingly unconquerable. Having your expertise and training support has made all the difference in my athletic pursuits these past few years – starting with my first Ironman in 2016 to taking on my seventh marathon (on my seventh continent) in 2018. There are things I take into consideration now that weren’t even on my radar before, such as fueling, pacing, and heart rate zones. This last marathon was on the Inca Trail. If you weren’t on a steep uphill climb that maxed out your lung capacity, you were on a downhill descent that made your knees cry on account of the uneven and jagged stone path, all in high elevation. It was definitely the most challenging marathon I’ve ever had the satisfaction of finishing. Fellow racers agreed it was the hardest race they had faced – and these were folks who had done the Mt. Everest marathon, the South Pole marathon and plenty of ultra races. Just under half of the runners (44%) took two days to finish the race because they missed the cutoff time to make it into Machu Picchu before the Park closed. My only hope going into this race was to finish in one day. Thanks to Coach AJ’s coaching services, not only did I finish in one day, but I came in third place women’s! This race was a wonderful experience, thanks in great part to your bequeathed knowledge, training direction, and guidance. I couldn’t have asked for a better finale to my 11-year long quest to run a marathon on all seven continents.