|11/10/2019||Miami Man Triathlon|
|09/08/2019||Ironman 70.3 Santa Cruz|
|05/11/2019||Ironman Santa Rosa|
|12/09/2018||IRONMAN 70.3 Indian Wells La Quinta|
|10/14/2018||UC Davis Aggieathlon||2nd AG 40-49|
|05/12/2018||IRONMAN Santa Rosa|
San Ramon, California
|Bucket List Race||Ironman World Championship, IM Texas, IM Canada, IM 70.3 Superfrog, Challenge Roth|
|Post-Race Drink||Water, iced white mocha, Thai Tea with Pearls (boba)|
|Off-Day Activity||Resting and playing with my kids.|
I am married to my college sweetheart for 15 years now and we have five kids, four girls and one boy (who is the true middle child) ages 13,11,8,6,3. I am lucky that they support my triathlon life and I’m happy that I can be an example to them.
I started in tri’s with a local tri for fun and the tri bug hit hard. Since 2012 I have been doing triathlons from local races to Ironmans. I’ve complete a number of great tri venues including the LA tri, Escape from Alcatraz (before the price hike), Wildflower and much more. I’ve done a few Ironman 70.3’s and so far I have completed 4 Ironmans with my longterm goal of completing 12 to enter the Legacy Lottery for Kona.
I have been an Ironman All World Athlete-Bronze 2015 and I think I will have enough points by the end of this year to earn that distinction again. I’ve also qualified and raced in the Xterra US National Championships 2015.
I currently work as a Physician Assistant in Orthopedics and my focus is Sports Medicine. This also helps me understand my coach when we talk about current trends in triathlon performance.