Athlete Spotlight: Arcadio Agudelo

 

“In my head, I always thought for the first time, doing less than 11:30 would be pretty good. I mentioned this to Chad a few days before the race, and he told me: You will surprise yourself. So, I thought sub-11 could maybe be in the cards, though we didn’t say it out loud.”
Arcadio is […]

By |February 2nd, 2018|Athlete Profile, Life, Motivation, Results, Training|0 Comments

Project 13 Dallas Marathon: Stronger than MS

“I am Grateful. And Happy. And on my way to becoming a full-fledged runner.” (Jessica, 9.27.17)

Jessica had just successfully run 1 mile without stopping or walking. In all of her 41 years, she had never run a mile. Fast forward 10 weeks, and Jessica ran 13.1 miles; not only without walking, but she had set […]

By |December 17th, 2017|Results, Training, Uncategorized|0 Comments

A Texas Sized Race Recap

by David Fuentes

“What is your race plan for tomorrow?”
– I just want to win.

I get asked that question on the regular, and I usually follow it up with that answer. That doesn’t mean I’m going to, but I figured it sounds easier to say I want to win instead of hashing out some pacing scheme […]

By |February 19th, 2015|Results|0 Comments

David Fuentes Wins Third Austin Half

One of the “Golden Rules” of marathoning is a good day for spectators is a bad day for racing. For the third year in a row, temps were ideal for marathon-watching but brutal for marathon running. Actually, the temps weren’t all that bad—it was 59 degrees at the start under a cloud cover—but the humidity […]

By |February 16th, 2015|Results|0 Comments

Kelly Williamson 3rd at Ironman Cozumel

Weiss on a mission
Peru Alfaro (ESP) was the first of a lead group of seven men to exit the waters of Chankanaab Park. Clemente Alonso Mckernan (ESP), Matt Chrabot (USA), Andres Latorre (COL), Todd Skipworth (AUS), Stephen Bayliss (GBR) and Bas Diederen (NLD) followed Alaro out the water. Defending champion Michael Weiss appeared to dig […]

By |November 30th, 2014|Results|0 Comments