Team AMEC had another great weekend.
Beach2Battleship proved to be no match for my peeps this year.
Catherine tore it UP: Set a PR by 15 minutes with a time of 5:12 and placed 5th in her AG, which was VERY competitive. She trained really hard and I am very happy for her. This was only her 2nd ever half-iron distance so I can’t wait to see what 2015 will bring.
Heather also had an amazing day.
She PRed by OVER AN HOUR with an extremely impressive time of 6:20. I can’t tell you how excited I am for her. We’ve already been thinking of 2015 so stay tuned to see her get even more awesome.
Pearce used B2B as a warmup race for IM Cozumel and placed 3rd in his division. He also managed to get all the bad juju kinks out of the race, and even stopped to help someone on the bike. So, here’s to good karma going into the ironman!
Cameron also had a good day, placing 18th in a very large, competitive AG.
Joelle did a great job at the Marine Corps Marathon, with a time of 4:35:15.
And, naturally, I have to mention how awesome she looks in her Team AMEC gear! Now that it’s over, she can start coming back to bootcamp
Where do you get such great Team AMEC gear? Well, right here:
Use the password: endurance to access the store. Order anything you like to show you’re one of my crew. And anyone can be one of my crew. Hurry, though, this batch of orders will end on Friday Oct. 31st
Katrina participated at Austin 70.3 as one of the 3 Hot Flashes. She tore up the bike leg- her first ever race at this distance. She’s got the bug and will be doing a 70.3 solo next year, I can feel it
And last, but certainly not least, Trey hit the half way mark on his ride across the country yesterday! You can follow his journey on his Pier2Peer facebook page
Today, on day 23, he reached mile 1310 of his route from LA to Charleston in Graham, Texas. Interestingly, the exact halfway mark is at the spot in the picture of the bull that is branded with an “H.” Trey’s last name happens to also start with H. I think it’s a good sign.