SAFE Lexington

I want to start by saying a huge THANK YOU to all the organizers and participants of SAFE Lexington and their recent 24/7 Run + Walk. SAFE Lexington is a community group located in my hometown of Lexington, SC whose goal is to promote safety among drivers, cyclists, runners, and pedestrians in the area. This … More SAFE Lexington

Leaving Tucson

Today marks the final day in my assignment here in Tucson and we will be leaving Monday for our next adventure! My time at Tucson Medical Center has been great and they accepted me seamlessly into their family. While it was tempting to stick around, I’m afraid I would probably melt in the approaching heat … More Leaving Tucson

Oceanside 70.3

After the mess that was Campeche 70.3, I continued to stay in a funk for the next week or two. I just couldn’t seem to keep up with all the demands of life and catch up on rest. Eventually, though, I was able to hit some good workouts and then actually finding myself bouncing back … More Oceanside 70.3

Campeche 70.3

There seems to be about 1 race a year that I pretty much want to erase from my memory. In 2017 it was Miami 70.3 with a death march consisting of walking/jogging most of the run after mile 1. In 2018 it was IRONMAN Louisville with my first DNF after succumbing to the cold and … More Campeche 70.3

Powerman Arizona

First race of 2019! I’ve done this race in it’s different iterations in both 2017 and 2018. I’ve managed to land on the podium with a 2nd and a 3rd those years in what is always a tough race. The format this year was the same as 2018 with a 10k trail run, 60k bike, … More Powerman Arizona

Back to Work

So as many of you may already know, my assignment in Denver, CO came to an end about a month ago. I had a great time and learned a lot over my 6 months at Porter Adventist Hospital, and will miss the spine and ortho teams there a ton. I had a number of great … More Back to Work

My Ventum One

A few months ago I got set up on my new race rig and I wanted to share my recent decisions on equipment for my bike and why I chose what I did. My bike splits have not only been better than ever now, but I’ve felt better and fresher for my runs after as … More My Ventum One


Happy Thanksgiving everybody! I have a ton to be thankful for this year, but this post will highlight my race last weekend at IRONMAN Arizona. 7 weeks after my disappointing DNF at IRONMAN Louisville and getting sick twice, it was time to go again for my last priority race of the year. I was able … More IRONMAN Arizona