|06/30/2019||Ironman Steelhead 70.3||60|
|02/01/2019||Ironman 70.3 Dubai||68|
|09/02/2018||IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships||305|
|03/18/2018||IRONMAN 70.3 Puerto Rico||15|
|12/03/2017||IRONMAN 70.3 Cartagena||113|
|Bucket List Race||Kona, Ironman Kazakhstan & New Zealand, Challenge Roth|
|Post-Race Drink||Supreme Alpha recovery|
A couple of years after graduating from college, well into my 20s, I had a cartilage and ligament injury on my left knee and decided to have a sedentary lifestyle from there... the easy way out. After a couple of years on the sideline, zero sport activity and at the same time cycling was becoming a major sport in Colombia (my country) because of Nairo Quintana success in the pro cycling tour I decided to buy a bicycle.
Started riding on the weekend as a hobby and then after seeing a positive evolution day by day... getting a bit fitter every day, I started to dedicate a lot of time (and money hahaha) to this new awakening passion. Early morning training sessions, nutrition changing habits and a lot of reading on new topics started to become my daily basis.
A couple of months after my bicycle debut I become interested on having the chance of testing myself on a really challenging sport and that's where triathlon appeared in my life. Self discovering and reinventing myself, testing my body and mind became a part of my lifestyle and now I have set a couple of demanging objectives: improving times every race and starting to build a base to pursuit a Kona slot in 5 years.
Enjoying the trip and living the hype...