|07/28/2019||Ironman Lake Placid|
|06/22/2019||BSG: Blood, Sweat and Gears|
|04/06/2019||AOTC: Assault on the Carolinas|
|10/21/2018||New Orleans 70.3||12|
|09/23/2018||IRONMAN 70.3 Atlantic City||33|
|08/25/2018||Lake Norman YMCA Triathlon||3|
|06/09/2018||AAA Car Care North Carolina Triathlon Series: Tri Latta Sprint|
|06/03/2018||IRONMAN 70.3 Raleigh||72|
|04/29/2018||Huntersville Sprint Triathlon||1|
|04/11/2018||CMS Time Trial Series: Race 1||1|
Cornelius, North Carolina
|Bucket List Race||Ironman World Championship/Ironman 70.3 World Championship|
|Post-Race Drink||Chocolate Milk|
|Off-Day Activity||Sleep! Lol|
I was a collegiate football/soccer player that still loves the competitive edge. I am lucky to be the father of 3 amazing kids (son/daughter twins and their little sister). I own an independent wealth management firm that helps pay the bills. I began triathlon in 2009 on a dare from a fellow graduate student and have been hooked since. My coach and friends all tell me if I want to see who the competition is, just look in the mirror. Its true. I have grown in this sport and love the outcome. It doesn't matter if you are aspiring to complete and Ironman distance race or a local sprint, all that matters is taking the first step...and then each step after that until you're across the finish line. That's how I have approached triathlon and it has taken me to places that I never thought possible.
Outside the physical challenge, triathlon is a sport filled with amazing stories, people who have been transformed and the promise to leave a mark on everyone who participates. I love the social aspect/collaboration, the camaraderie, the competition, the positive impact on others lives, the feeling of belonging to something bigger and the opportunity to be a role model.