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What's Your Kona Gallery
My KONA is my passion for horseback riding while juggling a schedule of a medical student.
My backyard inspires me to get motivated. My running track goes around my 1 acre pond, the great outdoors, and the scenic view.
All my bling! Seeing these everyday reminds me of why I work so hard and why I train to be better and faster.
Got my first real road bike and all I want to do is ride!
In my world, there are no walls. I am making myself get over every one. I want to take others with me, Kona is not just for me!
RAGBRAI 2010! The last time I got to ride and what helps inspire my kids who keep me from riding as much as I'd like.
Because the joy is always more than the pain
My Kona is competeing. Not with anyone, just with myself. It's my best time I want to beat and no one else
To race with excellence, and run a full marathon--even if I come in last.
My Kona? Enjoying the Adrenaline Rush of Nature - Snowshoeing Below an Erupting Mt. Etna, Sicily, Italy
Just put your shoes on and run.
Post night shift, it's a run, bike or swim that levels me, pushes me, and reminds me of the challenge of life outside sport.
My first triathlon - Galena, IL
Qualify for ncaa nationals in track and xc, bench 225 squat 400
This is the Manitou Springs Incline. I work hard every day to improve my time walking/climbing up this beast.
I’m want to show the world that if I can Achieve the Impossible and Catch My Dreams then Anyone else can Too!
I am a strong woman, even beating Breast Cancer
Castay Cay 5K
Training for a half marathon that I wasn't able to complete. I want to finish what I started!
I want to improve my 100-mile finish time and capture euphoria again.
Winning my 1st Muddy Buddy Competition -I just want to be fit to see grandkids
Every morning I get out of bed and push myself to be the best I can be and try and inspire others to push themselves as well.
I did the first Ironman on Kona in 1981, 30 years later, I did it again 90 mins faster in 2011.