Great Clermont Triathlon- 2nd overall
Texas 70.3 (PR)- 18th pro
Omaha Duathlon- 1st overall
Kansas 5150- 16th pro (swim cancelled)
Kansas 70.3- 9th pro
TNT duathlon- 1st overall
Omaha Triathlon (Midwest Regional Championship)- 1st overall
I turned pro in 2011, but had hip surgery my first season. I recovered fairly quickly but was unable to have a solid 2011. My first full year was 2012. I was the first overall amateur at Ironman Racine 70.3 which allowed me to receive my pro status. This season I had a solid performance at Branson 70.3, Kansas 70.3, and Cozumel 70.3, finishing in the top 10 overall. Before I got into triathlons I was a competitive cyclist and earned the following titles: 2005 and 2006 Nebraska State Criterium, Time Trial, Road Race Champion ; 2005, 2006, 2007 Nebraska Rider of the Year; 2006 Midwest Maxxis Cup Rider of the Year; 2008 Nebraska State Time Trial Champion
2009 Nebraska State Time Trial Champion. In 2013, I plan to compete in 4-5 Ironman events, the two Leadman events, and possibly complete my first full ironman.
First overall amateur at Racine 2010, receiving pro status
2011 Branson 70.3- 6th pro
2012 Kansas 70.3- 6th pro
2012 Cozumel 70.3- 10th pro
How BRL Sports Supplments Work for Me
I recently started using EPO-Boost in the midst of my 2012 season as a professional triathlete. I have noticed significant gains in my athletic performance. In particular, I have been able to recover quicker from hard training session and racing, which has allowed me to return to hard, structured training quicker. My functional threshold on the bike has proved dramatically this season and my swimming intervals in training have steadily decreased since I began using EPO-Boost. It along with proper diet, sleep, and structured training has allowed me to have a great year! I look forward to continuing to use the product throughout my triathlon career!
"Trifuel drink was the biggest factor giving me the energy I needed to keep me on 5 minute miles and run my fastest marathon ever of 2:11:36 at the Berlin Marathon."*