Rough End to the Season

Well its been a less than ideal end to my 2015 season. After completing the first 10 Ironmans I entered, I had my first 2 DNF’s at the end of this season. Since I didn’t complete either race, I’m going to roll them up into a combined race report. Training Camp I put on a […]

Welcome Eli!

Hi Everyone, Just wanted to add a quick post welcoming my 2nd child, Elijah Kolten Cook, to the world.  He was born on Tuesday, February 17th.  He was 19.75 inches long and weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces.  He and his Mom are doing very well! I have certainly been a bit sleep deprived over the […]

Breaking Tape in Syracuse!

Prerace: The fam and I traveled to Syracuse on Friday. My parents grew up in the area so they came as well.  We took separate cars and they offered to take Calvin, our two and half year old with them. There were no arguments at all from my wife or I on that one. We […]

Triathlete: Lifetime

I have just returned from beautiful Mont Tremblant Canada (don’t worry, I’ll include lots of pictures) having just completed the Half Ironman on June 22.  As I tell all of my athletes to write a race report, I thought I better practice what I preach.  So here we find a description of the events of […]

Timberman 70.3 Race Report

On August 17th, I raced Timberman 70.3.  Timberman is New England’s premier triathlon and this year did not disappoint.  I was fortunate enough to spend the weekend with some of my clients, thank you so much Mike and Cindy Walsh!!!  They have a beautiful place in Laconia and its only 15 minutes or so from […]

Time in the Wind Tunnel

At the end of January, I had the thrill off spending some time in the wind tunnel. It is always very exciting to get in the wind tunnel and do some testing. I had starting working with Armand, the founder and owner of Speed Merchant Aero, a few months back.  We both had expressed interest […]