Back in September my buddy Jeff and I decided to sign up for IM CDA. After coming off IM Canada, I must say I was looking for some redemption. When one signs up for an Ironman, they also need to build their race schedule leading up to that “A” race. The most logical race would […]
In the days leading up to the race, there was something different this year. Was it the course? No. Was it the water temps? No. Was it the race announcer? No…it was the WEATHER. During packet pick up, the tents were whipping in the wind, the white caps were amazing, and the temperature was way […]
Did you know that dehydration is the single largest contributor to fatigue when training or racing? Contracting muscles produce the force needed to propel you forward, whether that’s through water, on the bike, or on foot. But those working muscles also produce internal heat that must be dissipated quickly in order to avoid overheating. Sweating […]
TN Multisports cycling gear is now available for purchase! If you’d like to order a kit, please let me know by 11/15. Need to try on a sample size? No problem — just contact me ASAP and we’ll set up a fitting!
I put together a little video highlighting team triumphs and races from 2009. You all did a fantastic job, and I’m sure there will be even more memories next year! Hope you like the video!
Host: Teresa Nelson (tnmultisports) Location: Road Runner Sports 7020 Woodlawn Ave NE Seattle, WA 98115 When: Wednesday, November 4, 7:00PM Chris Lieto is here in Seattle to talk to you about his Kona experience. He finished 2nd this year, with the fastest bike split of the day. He is a husband, a father of 2, […]
If you weren’t aware, Saturday was the day the world ran. Nike organized a “Human Race” that anyone could participate in across the United States (for free!). The distance was 10K, and in certain cities Nike sponsored organized races and would upload finisher times if the runners owned the Nike Plus system. TN Multisports athletes […]
Kirsten Nesholm came to TNM nearly a year ago with the goal of qualifying for Boston. In the past she had trouble going beyond the 16 mile mark as injuries, aches and pains would stop her from exceeding the distance. After months of recovering from injuries, following a plan and “listening” to her body, she […]
Hi everyone! I survived Kona yet again, and I thought I’d share my race report with all of you who were wondering how I did. Thank you so much to everyone who tracked me and thought of me while I was racing. Here’s a summary of how the World Championships went for me this year! […]
We had an outstanding turnout for the inaugural Seattle Rock ‘n Roll Marathon and Half Marathon. We had over 26 runners and everyone did an outstanding job. Several TNM team members completed their first marathon and half marathon while so many TNM teammates had a personal best. Everyone ROCKED! Check out our athletes’ race results […]