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 Photos from last weekend by Ingrid-the greatest AirBNB host of all time. I'll win next time for you, Ingrid, I promise. Kit: @nimblewear  Live now. Link in bio. #itusarasota #triathlon #powerisking
 #TBT realization: bike rides are back. I've realized the more I zero in on numbers, and make them the goal, the worse they get. The more I let go and love the action, love the speed, the feelings, the process, the better the numbers get. So go for a bike ride, you'll probably rip. #exercisesucks  Bikes don't belong upside down. But that's what it took to dislodge my chain after the mount line this morning. Third out of T1, straight to the very back of the race. Took a whole 20k and a couple motivated dudes to work back to within 10s of the lead pack by T2. I gave what was left for the run, but it wasn't much. Pissed off, fired up, and headed back to San Diego in a couple of hours to get to work for New Plymouth World Cup in three weeks. #rage #theprocess
 I always forget: If you didn't take a picture, you didn't open water swim. #allfortheswim #gettheshot  @trikatie5  This venue has come a long way since year one running on a halfway finished gravel road. Really looking forward to throwing down here tomorrow. #argon18bike #triathlon
YTD Miles Riden
698
Cliff Bars Consumed
32
Flat Tires
4
YTD Elevation Gain (FT)
46982

Who I Am

Early Years

I’ve always been very active, even as a kid. I loved building jumps in my family’s Oregon cul-de-sac to launch my wagon and my bike into orbit. I kept building and playing in sun or rain until my Mother’s call for dinner took on clear tones of fury. I started swimming competitively around age 6 and I quickly discovered how much I loved to compete and push the limits. I started racing local cycling events, and immediately fell in love with that two-wheeled rocket. I completed my first triathlon when I was 12.

Triathlon

I kept up the occasional triathlon to supplement my swim training for a few years, but this great sport gained momentum in my life. I joined a collegiate cross country squad to help develop my running ability and managed to win an 18-19 USAT National Championship. I qualified for both my pro card and entry into the U23 World Championships in 2012. In 2013, I joined The Triathlon Squad, moved to Poway and completed my first full professional season.

Videographer

Pro Triathletes are expected to write race reports, but nobody reads race reports. Seeking a better way to communicate, and an outlet for some bottled up creative juices, I took on some intensive research and experimenting with online videos. Thanks to the incredible support from friends, sponsors and the online triathlon community, I’ve stayed motivated to keep pushing the envelope of triathlon race and life videography. I want my videos to be visually engaging as well as rich in honest content for people interested in the sport I love.

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