Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Thinking.....

During this break from training and racing, I have been trying to avoid thinking about training and racing! Instead, I find that I can't Stop thinking about it. I am scheming about the next season. I am developing my goals. I'm making a plan.
My thoughts are not complete and my plan is not fully developed. So I will wait before I talk about all of that. Instead, I wanted to post a few pictures from the season so I can look back and smile.

My summer Full of fun with the kids and Full of racing. Below are snapshots from a some of both.


My friends Rob and Bob enjoying some down time with us at Wolf Neck after Lobsterman






A lovely 4th of July at the cottage





A Gracious World Champion




First Race of the Season...PolarBear Tri





THe kids at their FIRST youth Tri...
(check out the Healthy Habits Tri series next year!!)






My 3 winners at the Pirate Tri







The Start of the Kid's triathlon at the Pirate Tri in June. Cameron and Tommy did GREAT! (Tommy is the little boy in the middle of the picture.)



My PR Transition at PolarBear in May- 14 seconds!


Before the Timberman 70.3 with my friend Bob


Post-race quiet time with my husband


Talking with one of my athletes, Marisa, before the Timberman start

Tommy and the other boys learned to ski this summer!

The finish line at Timberman

5 comments:

cheryl said...

Those are great photos. I especially love the one of the kids running into the water at the race start. Looks like you had a good summer all around!

Mary IronMatron said...

Great pictures, Ange! It was a great summer!

Marisa said...

Great photos! Looks like a wonderful summer.

rungirl said...

awesome. thank you for sharing. :)

Ben said...

Ange,

I just read your comment on my blog, and came over here and read your post. The fact that I could motivate you to do anything with what you've accomplished and are capable of is something I can't get over. We did a couple of the same races this year (MA State Tri, Timberman) and you finished quite a bit ahead of me. Seeing what you were able to do is very motivating to me.