In my two ‘A’ races this year – the Zell-am-See 70.3 World Championships and Chicago ITU Standard distance AG World Champs, it’s fair to say I was slightly disappointed by my results. In both instances, the results weren’t “bad”, with 7th and 5th place in the World respectively, but what was “bad” was how I raced and how I felt on the run.
The nomadic life of the professional triathlete continues... always remembering to enjoy the moments and new experiences, even if sometimes you feel a LAWNG way from home. | Arrived in a whole new location for the next block of training up to Kona #hellotexas | Time to put the head down and get back to work 💪🏼 | 📸 by @cedricsouaille
Geneva, over and out ✌️ This summer has been real. On to a new training camp and time to heat things back up again 🔥 | 📸 by @timothyqmunier
Some crazy riding on Saturday at the #IM703WC. Little insight: this 🤩 photo was taken on the crazy real climb up to Col de Vence which strung out the field. I looked at my @pioneercyclo powermeter, was so 😳 I promised not to look at it again through the race. Crazy strong and gutsy riding from the women at the front. Particularly @ameliarosewatkinson who smoked that climb 🔥 | Looking at the numbers now, super glad about that decision #racingisracing #pushinglimits #allaboutthemanicure | 📸 by @carla.nagel