Sport

Running

I ran in my youth, fell off the wagon in my 30s, and then got going again in my 40s. Running keeps me sane. So if I’m injured, watch out.

Picture: London Marathon 2014.

Team Psycho Linguists

Where business meets pleasure. Team Psycho Linguists started in 2011, and now is a regular in the DC Ragnar Relay (200 miles, 36 legs, 12 runners + crew, 28 hours). It’s a race, a military operation, and an all-nighter with cool people, all rolled into one.

Picture: Ragnar Relay 2011

Cycling & Triathlon

Biking is fun too. Especially uphill. Biking + running is most of a triathlon, so I sometimes throw in some abysmal swimming so that I can take part in interesting events.

Picture: Mt Washington Hill Climb 2013.

Vital Statistics

athlinks | strava | runbritain | my LBS

Favorite events: London Marathon | Azalea Classic 5k |  Ragnar Relay DC | Garrett County Gran Fondo | Seagull Century | Savageman Tri | Columbia Tri

PRs: Marathon: 2:51:49 (2014) | Half: 1:20:20 (2014) | 10M: 59:35 (2014) | 10k: ~34:00 (1988), 37:24 (2013) | 5k: 16:08 (1988), 17:34 (2012) | 800m: 1:58 (1988) | Half Iron: 4:51 (2011) | Olympic: 2:21 (2012)

Team USA, 2013 World Duathlon (M45-49)

Run training: BarryP 1-2-3 plan, sooo simple. Location: Anacostia Tributary Trail System

Bike training: 98% indoors since 2010 crash, love my KK; for special occasions: 3-cities Tour | Catoctin Climbing Ride

Running 2014

Team Psycho Linguists 2013

Cycling & Duathlon 2013

Running 2013

Team Psycholinguists 2012

Savageman 2012

Westernport Wall falls – the fun part

Westernport Wall 2012 – Falls

Making it up myself – fun for me, less fun for you

Westernport Wall 2012 Part 6

Running 2012

Team Psycho Linguists 2011

Triathlon

Cycling 2011-2012

Cycling & Duathlon 2010