Monthly Archives: May 2015

Things I Need to Work on Before Swimming 10 Miles: Part 1 of 2

Yes, this is part one of a two-part list. I’m kind of getting the feeling I have my hands full here. Without further ado, Part 1 of the things I need to work on before swimming 10 miles: Nutrition: What … Continue reading

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Race Report: 2015 McDonnell Lake Swims (Or; if I Ignore it, Maybe it will Go Away)

The morning of the McDonnell Lake Swims in Reston was a chilly one – 52 degrees, according to my car’s thermometer. I had under-prepared for the weather by wearing only a light jacket, so after arriving at the lake and … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season!

The open water season is almost underway! At least, mine is almost underway. My first open water race of the season will take place tomorrow, and I’m not sure yet how I expect it to go. I’ve been training better … Continue reading

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