Tuesday, January 14, 2014

And the 2014 season is on paper...

So...trying to get back on track, recover from the debacle that was my December and look forward to the new year...and no better way to get there than put marks on the wall to hit. And viola...my tentative 2014 schedule

2 February: Super Sunday 5 Miler, Boston MA
16 February: Old Fashion 10 Miler, Foxboro MA
1 March: Phoenix Marathon, Phoenix AZ
9 March: Celtic 5k, Worcester MA
6 April: WCC Half Marathon, Whitinsville MA
27 April: Jay Lyons 5k, Worcester MA
4 May: Race of Rams Duathlon, Whitinsville MA
18 May: Just Du It Duathlon, Seekonk MA
24 May: US Coast Guard MWR Duathlon, Bourne MA
14 June: Patriot 70.3, East Freetown MA
22 June: Hero Olympic Triathlon Cape Cod, Mashpee MA
20 July: Mill City Triathlon, Lowell MA
17 August: Timberman 70.3, Gilford NH
31 August: Mighty Merrimack Swim race, Lowell MA
12 October: Army Ten Miler, Washington DC
26 October: Marine Corps Marathon, Washington DC
30 November: .....???.....  

Sixteen races is a little less than normal for me (although there are some open weekends in there to squeeze in a last minute race...or two...hehe) but I think overall its a decent schedule to start. No doubt that the two 70.3s are my "A" races, I have some unfinished business at Timberman, but I have my eye on a podium at a few others. Not to mention, I'd really like to make it to AND actually compete at Duathlon National Championships this year (I made it into Nats last year but getting there proved too difficult to accomplish). That 30 November date is out there too. I couldn't get into IMAZ or IMFL...so maybe...

Now to start training. NOw where'd I put my mojo?


  1. I think you should go on a trip to the South in November....

  2. ShellyStreiling16 January, 2014 14:34

    You should come do the Fall Classic Half in Vancouver, BC. It is mid November!