I might not be racing much in 2016, but I’m still part of the team. The social media director put together a nice little feature in the latest communication:
From many perspectives, 2015 has gone in an unexpected direction and while it took quite some time to come to terms with it, I’ve accepted it. Though I never had plans to race in the 2015 Ironman Boulder, it doesn’t feel right sitting at home while many of my friends are out on the adventure,
With all the weather we’ve been having this week, I decided to get out and scope the dirt section of the Koppenberg course we’ll be on this weekend. If you haven’t seen it, here’s an exclusive preview of what’s to come in this great race. If you haven’t signed up yet, hit the Without Limits site
As we launch forth into 2015, I want to take a look back as we close out the year. 2014 was a year unlike any other I’ve experienced. Collectively, I spent more time training (376 hours), crushed a few previous PRs (-49:32 in the 70.3), made some great new friends, finished my first Ironman and
On the heels of a pretty decent swim on Tuesday morning, between 8am and 5pm when I was supposed to leave for the run, my condition rapidly deteriorated. Skipping the run was a no-brainer and I was in bed by 7pm with Antibiotics on board and rapidly swelling tonsils. By Thursday, I was a total
The 2014 season is officially over and the off-season has begun. In 2015, I’ll be doing my biggest race of the year in March. Probably not the best decision, but I’ve wanted to do my company sponsored race for a few years. I’ve talked to a lot of my team mates searching for ways to
“Kenneth Woodruff!!! Superior!!! You did it, Kenneth! YOU ARE AN IRONMAN!!!” Hearing those words from the voice of Ironman, Mike Reilly, completed the final page of this story I’ve been crafting for well over a year. Since that fateful day in December 2011 when Alex signed me up for my first Triathlon in NYC, I have had
Team 2 and a half men rocked it!
I got the idea from Liz to edit one of the pics of me crossing the line to show my actual finish time. Came out ok, but was a reminder that I still haven’t gotten around to writing my race report!
While I’m working on my race report, I thought I would post a little note. On August 3rd, I completed the Boulder Ironman, thus completing the first step of the Road To Boulder Journey. There will be much, much more adventure to come! Here are a few race day pictures: