2014 Goals

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What better way to set your personal training and race goals then by writing them down for the world to see.  Below are my 2014 race and personal training goals.

#1 Triathlon Goal:

      • Break 6:15:00 in the 70.3 Ironman Florida
      • Break 6:00:00 in the 70.3 Ironman Raleigh
      • Break 5:45:00 in the 70.3 Ironman Augusta

#1 Running Goal:

      • Break 2:00:00 in a half marathon race. My previous best is 2:04:32.

#1 Fun Goal:

Race in 2-3 Criterium events as well as ride a century.

Additional 2014 Goals:

    • Break 24:00 in a 5K race
    • Break the 50:00 mark in a 10K race
    • Enter an open water swim event
    • Convince a family member to take up riding, running, or swimming (and maybe even all 3)
    • Take lots of pictures, write about my experiences, and most of all have lots of FUN!

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