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  • Triathlete? Or Toddler?

    Reginald Holden

    Posted on June 01 2019

    Triathlete? Or Toddler?
    At a glance, you might assume that you can’t find two beings with less in common than a...
  • A Team Of Women & 1 Guy: Meet #andscott!

    Reginald Holden

    Posted on May 18 2019

    A Team Of Women & 1 Guy: Meet #andscott!
  • Triathlon, but Make It Sparkle

    Reginald Holden

    Posted on October 28 2018

    Triathlon, but Make It Sparkle
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  • An update from Coeur's Toughest Ambassador

    Coeur Sports

    Posted on March 28 2014

    Endurance sports demands toughness. As we saw with last week’s performances, we are fortunate to have girls on our Coeur team that are tough cookies. They exemplify what we stand for and we’re constantly amazed at their efforts. Even with this level of teammate steel, we have one lady on our team who sets the standard for Heart and Courage.

    At first, she was a rival of mine, someone I had the utmost respect for as a competitor. Then she became a friend, as happens in this sport. We had a couple of great races together where I would come off the bike and try to ward her off on the run, with varying degrees of success. She beat me at Ironman Louisville and then I snuck in ahead of her at Kona in 2010. No matter the outcome, she always inspired and motivated people (including me for sure) with her work ethic, her sportsmanship and her ever present smile.

  • Taking the stress our of sports travel

    Coeur Sports

    Posted on March 20 2014

    First, the good news. The polar vortex is starting to release its icy grip on the U.S. and spring/aka..the endurance sports season is upon us. Runners, Cyclists, and Triathletes everywhere have started to put away their balaclavas and their gloves as they plan their races, rides and runs for the spring.

    Now, the yin to the yang. The down to the up. There’s a good chance that you might have to travel to get to one of your events. Not just drive across town. We’re talking (in the immortal words of Eric "Otter" Stratton & John "Bluto" Blutarsky) Road Trip! Or airplane trip as the case may be. Now, in one sense, travel can be awesome. New cities = new experiences, new memories and fun. In another sense, it can be…how shall we say it? A bit of a drag.