|11/23/2019||JFK 50 Miler||9:19:00|
|10/06/2019||Baltimore Triathlon Festival||1st AG - 10th OA|
|05/05/2019||Frederick Half Marathon|
|04/29/2019||Around the Mount||3rd OA|
|11/10/2018||Annapolis Classic - Half Marathon||56/1,056 OA|
|09/30/2018||Baltimore Triathlon||1st AG / 6th OA|
|09/23/2018||IRONMAN 70.3 Atlantic City||5:21|
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|Bucket List Race||Kona, Wildflower, Western States|
|Post-Race Drink||a cold can of coke, chocolate milk, cold beer---typically in that order|
|Off-Day Activity||Spend time with my family, watch sports, catch up on projects around the house|
I did my first triathlon back in 2010, and instantly fell in love with the sport and the community all around it. After a series of weightlifting injuries forced me to look for a new outlet, I knew I had found something special with Triathlon.
After a few years of racing, I met AJ and decided to hire him as a coach.
I saw firsthand what AJ and the coaching principles at AJB Coaching could provide for an athlete.
Over the next few years under AJ, I set PRs across all distances, racked up 20+ podium finishes, as well as multiple Over All race wins.
On top of the results on the race course, I was like a sponge, learning all that I could from AJ. Training plans, fueling and nutrition, race tactics, etc.....
As a coach myself now, I feel like I can extend all that I have learned from AJ, and carry that forward to my athletes.
I know what it is like to have a family, kids, a full-time job, and still have goals that are important to you in this sport.
I love seeing people achieve their goals, and fall in love with the sport the way that I have over the years.
Bachelors of Science - Kinesiology