July 6, 2016

The July 4th weekend in Atlanta is always special and filled with traditions passed on for years. One of the best of these traditions being the AJC Peachtree Road Race. The race was started in 1970 with 110 runners and now has over 50,000 finishers.  In 1982 The Shepar...

March 28, 2016

On March 5th, Gordon Powell, a triathlete and runner that I coach, ran 2:54:03 at the Albany Marathon. With that performance, he set a big personal record, went well under the vaunted three-hour mark for the first time, and easily qualified for next year’s Boston Marat...

November 17, 2015

As an endurance athlete and coach, I've never liked the term "off-season."  It simply doesn't apply.  We may not be racing, but no athlete I know takes the colder months completely off.  In fact, many of us don't even stop racing!

Certainly, a break is needed...

September 22, 2015

As a teacher and a coach, I often fall back on one of my favorite quotations from John Dewey, the American philosopher and educator.  It comes from his book School and Society, immediately following a long explanation of his conception of a learner's mind: 


April 3, 2015

Event Name: Ironman Puerto Rico 70.3
Date of Race: March 15, 2015
Total Race Time: 7:26:41
Overall Place: 1191/1290
Age Group: Women 35-39
Age Group Place: 58/67

The Journey: Before signing up for my first half Ironman, I never had the intention to race that distance....

January 18, 2015

​Over the last several years, I have ridden many centuries in the Atlanta area, and the following are my favorites in chronological order.  As you map out your 2015 schedule, you may consider riding a few!

Wheels o’ Fire Century


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