Ironman Louisville has always had a special place in my heart. The last two years I’ve watched it, and will finally be racing this course in 2014. I shot this video and finally got around to cutting it to
From that day I watched my first Ironman race in Louisville, I was hooked. But it seemed so strange — 3,000 people putting themselves through what seemed like torture. There must be something more. Why? What was going on here?
This was from way back in the beginning, but it proved to be a staple over the course of my Ironman training. It’s also a great example of how to keep your dog occupied during those long winter nights.
I’ve had a difficult time pulling myself together to write a Goosepond Race Report. Frankly, I wasn’t ready for this race, and it showed. It was a painful day and I’d rather forget most of it, but I’ve learned that
Before I headed down to Goosepond for an a** whoopin, I shot a video for the Middle Half in Murfreesboro. Great little race put on by a friend of mine, Melinda Tate. I road around on my mountain bike shooting
This past Saturday, I sat in a hotel room in Huntsville, Alabama and watched the live stream of Kona on my computer, and let me tell you, it felt like I was there! Well, not really. But it did get
Follow me @miketarrolly The difference between 1st and 3rd degree murder is a big one. One premeditated, the other absent of malice. After some genuine deliberation over the weekend, I have decided the same degrees should be assigned to bike
Swimming has quickly become the most fascinating event of triathlon for me, and this story blows off the roof. It’s written by my coach, Robbie Bruce, and is just another example of how he pushes the limit and inspires me
This weekend will be action packed. I’m sitting in a Murfreesboro hotel preparing to shoot video for the Middle Half Marathon in the morning. Robbie is in a hotel in Chattanooga resting for his 10 Mile Swim. After that ridiculous
If you follow the blog, you know that my neighbor James has been a huge inspiration in my triathlon “success” over the last year, especially leading up to IM Wisconsin. He always knows how to cut through the BS and