Thank you for so much support and kindness this summer. I was so up and down and I really appreciate how steady and positive you were. That positive reinforcement helped me keep good internal dialogue when the body was frustrating… Freaking thank you!!
Nothing like TWO medals!
Congratulations Megan T for your third place age group win at Ironman Maryland. After many setbacks, you rose to the challenge and conquered! Well deserved podium smile for you!
Congratulations Mike L for mastering one of the hardest endurance feats with summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro. This challenge is going to be hard to top!
“I wanted to pause and take a few minutes to say a big THANK YOU to you for being so supportive and informative leading up to this event. You are a huge inspiration and I admire you as a coach and all that you have accomplished. You are also someone I can call a good friend.” ~First time Boston Marathon master athlete
Thank you for all your help these past 5 months. You kept me honest but also motivated and knowledgeable and I often was thinking during workouts “I gotta do this one right so AJ is happy”. I felt so much more ready going into this weekend than I would have without you. ~First time Half Ironman Finisher crushing his time goal and enjoying fun competition with friends
“The entire time, I knew I had PRed the swim, the bike by a huge margin, and at some point I realized I could run down a sub 5 marathon. I’m embarrassed to say I teared up half a dozen times thinking I was about to beat my 14:19 finish from 18 years ago. And every time I got emotional, all the pain from the jelly fish stings and the cramps in my legs just evaporated. I was just so happy the entire second half of the marathon – The second half monkey I guess forgot to visit me.
And the entire time, I’m thinking, Alyssa Morrison, I am forever grateful to you.” ~Proud Ironman Dad with a huge PR and an incredibly proud family
Congratulations, Nic, after returning to the sport of triathlon 18 years later and posting a 45 minute PR at Ironman Maryland. Your family (and coach) couldn’t be more proud!
“My dream wasn’t to do another ironman. It was to do another ironman that my family can see me do. That’s how I want my kids to always remember their dad. And now I have that.” Role model extraordinaire!