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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

See Fox Skip...

Practice that is. It wasn't intentional... I promise. I have made it to all the swim practices that I've been in town for, however I dont even remember the alarm clock going off yesterday I missed practice. I'm going to try to hit the trail to ride my bike and then head to a friends happy hour/fundraiser!

Thursday I'm going to be doing a fundraiser at a bar with a lot of should be fun...just hope I get to see a lot of friends!

if you are in the area come to the ugly mug for my guest bartending tomorrow, Thursday, April 1st.

Go Team!

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

See Fox Clipped in...

I've completed 2 triathlons in 1 year and I'm back for my third. In a year and a half I'm sent plenty of money donating to TNT and buying gear. Bike, Helmet, spare tires, CO2 canisters, tire changing tools, socks, swimsuits, new running shoes, running gloves, lobster biking gloves,cold weather booties, more socks, happy hour beers, another swimsuit, sports sunglasses, sunscreen, running visors, running shorts, running pants, replacement ipod, cycling clothes, sports bras, water bottles, gu/gel/enduance fuel, more socks, a tune up for my bike, bike computer, new parts that were wearing out on my know...the stanadards.

I decided a long time ago that buying clipless pedals wasn't something I would do for my first triathlon simply because of the cost. I had cages on my bike that would losely hold my feet onto my pedals and was fine with that. By the time I started training for Nations Tri last summer my coaches were asking why I didnt have "Clips." On vacation last summer I bought a part of Pearl Izumi shoes that were on sale. Biking shoes can cost over 100 bucks easily but I found mine on clearance. When I was in Colorado visiting Sally King the weekend of my brother's wedding in January I bought a pair of clipless pedals... and was REALLY excited. The hard part was over...spending the money.... at least that is what I thought. I have been telling myself that I was going to put the pedals on ever since then...but they have just been floating along the bottom of my bag. It just seems really unnecessary to bolt yourself to a piece of medal that is moving up to 25 mph! But i did it...and yesterday I went for a ride at haines point...a 3 mile loop that overlooks the river and DC. I didnt fall once. Lots of clipping in and out. My boyfriend was riding with me and would yell "clip out" randomly so I could practice doing it without time to prepare. It wasn't soo bad! I'm really excited for practice this weekend.

Thursday I'm going to be guest bartending at the Mug to raise money for LLS! Stop by if you are in dC!

Sunday, March 28, 2010

See Fox Shamrock a half....

last week I was in Virginia Beach for the shamrock half marathon and marathon. It was soooo much fun! There were over 20 friends and we all stayed in the same house right on the beach. At least half of the participants are connected through TNT...

Here I am checking into registration...

Meet Kristen, I'm her mentor this season but she was the race manager for TNT when I went to Cap Tex last year.

A great performance T...

Kait, my honored teammate, enjoying her day on the beach...

A view down the beach from our back porch.

Playing on the beach with friends!

Family dinner the night before the race! was sooooo cold! My boyfriend, Sante, me, Noelle, and Tricia in the back are all huddled to stay warm.

Jumping around in an attempt to stay warm before the start

Lots of runners getting ready!

Justin Chae running into the finish...

Kaitlin finishing strong...

Dan getting excited to cross the finish line. Dan and I raced the Nations Triathlon.

Sante approaching the finish line...

Sam and I ran together for the first 10 miles. She is possibly the best pacer ever!
I just love her....

Apparently I finished too fast for our I am appoaching the end...i'm behind the flag!

LOVE YOU ALL....enjoy!


Friday, March 26, 2010

See Fox encouraged...

I just got a $50 donation from "Anonymous" and am so excited/touched! The donor contributed in honor of Bill Kotellos so I'm adding his name to my master list of loved ones who have fought the big C.

The good news about donating to LLS is that blood cancer research is easily applicable to all other cancer types. My friend Kait, who is an amazing survivor is gearing up for her fight to claim the title "Woman of the Year" for LLS. She is strong, enthusiastic, and makes things happen. Her website is up and details on her campaign are available at

Take a look and let us know if you want to help her...all cities and states welcome!

Sending you love from DC!