Author Archives: Coady
TriForce at Muncie & Vineman 70.3: Club Champions, 3 Podiums, Five 70.3 World Qualifiers & lots of PRs!
This was one of those weekends where it’s even more awesome to be a triathlon coach. On July 12th, we had 2 TriForcers race at Muncie 70.3 and both crushed it. Then on July 13th, we had a big group … finish reading TriForce at Muncie & Vineman 70.3: Club Champions, 3 Podiums, Five 70.3 World Qualifiers & lots of PRs!
TriForce at Oceanside 70.3: 4 World Championship Qualifiers, a Podium, 3 top 10s (and an 11th), 6 sub 5s (and a 5:00:11), 8 PRs, Club Champions!
TriForce made our annual pilgrimage to southern California for the classic Oceanside 70.3. For some of us it was just a chance to shake off the winter rust, for others it’s a key tuneup for early season A races, but … finish reading TriForce at Oceanside 70.3: 4 World Championship Qualifiers, a Podium, 3 top 10s (and an 11th), 6 sub 5s (and a 5:00:11), 8 PRs, Club Champions!
Congrats to TriForcer Rune Dahl who qualified for Kona in his first ever Ironman race at IMNZ. Rune worked his butt off and (just as importantly) meticulously dialed in his nutrition and pacing over the course of several key … finish reading TriForcer Rune Qualifies for Kona at IMNZ (in his first IM!)
The challenge- (on separate days) do a 400 swim tt, a 12 mile bike TT and a 5k run race. Put them into the spreadsheet and compete with your fellow TriForcers! Congrats to everyone who participated (especially TriForcers who live … finish reading TriForce Virtual Sprint Triathlon Results!
It being New Year’s resolution time, I thought I’d post the success story of TriForcer “Comrade Koul” who lost 84 pounds! Koul has learned to balance a crazy job at a Microsoft (including regular 48 hour “hackathons”) with a healthy … finish reading TriForcer Koul Lost 84 Pounds!
“the offseason”: a term with many meanings. I personally use it to mean any time when we’re not yet seriously building up / ramping up for a specific race. For example, if your “A race” is Ironman Arizona in November, … finish reading New TriForce 1 hour per day offseason plans!
TriForcer Rob Gray is probably the most disciplined, hard man on the team. Despite a busy job at Google and a growing family (an energetic 2 year old plus a new baby), Rob managed to train 20-28 hours per week … finish reading Rob Gray’s 9:40 at Kona Race Report
This was the first time I had the chance to prepare all year for Kona since I qualified when I went 8:56 at IMAZ. Training went well- was at lifetime best run & swim numbers and my bike equaled … finish reading 9:15 at Kona Race Report
TriForcer Rob Gray & I will be facing off in the “Battle of the Banana Hammocks” at the Ironman World Championships on Saturday! Here are some numbers to help you place your bet. Gray v. Coady