Tag Archives: Wisconsin Ironman

A crash course in human conscience

We traveled to Madison, Wisconsin this past Saturday to do some riding in the hills on the Ironman Wisconsin course. I rode 65 miles with 4,000 feet of climbing and my wife was on track to do 100 miles when … Continue reading

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When the Other Man is an Ironman

With the race the size of an Ironman––and there are no small Ironman races––athletes have a ton of gear to organize. Much of that gear is stored in bags and deposited with race organizers at designated rooms or zones so … Continue reading

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There’s a party going on right here

The morning after a party requires a bit of domestic forensic examination. There is a forgotten salad on the counter mixing it up with the microbes of the universe. Large bowls of Flaming Hot Cheetos and Fritos sit uncovered. A … Continue reading

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Trail running has a home, and it’s everywhere

Do yourself a favor today and expand your world… Take a visit to the website for the American Trail Running Association.  Perhaps you’re a trail runner and did not even know it?  WRAR recently spoke with Nancy Hobbs, Executive Director … Continue reading

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