Monthly Archives: July 2014

Keep Going

Totally feeling ready for Anacapa now. Like I could do it tomorrow. 61 days to go though. The funny thing is that I haven’t really been training for it in the traditional sense. While people usually come up with detailed … Continue reading

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Trusting Strangers For 10.5 Miles

This past weekend I pulled off 2 swims 300 miles apart from each other. I decided a bit last minute to do the Kirby Cove -> SERC swim (4.5 miles) back home in SF the day before the Semana Nautica … Continue reading

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Courage Is Never To Let Your Actions Be Influenced By Your Fears

“Courage is never to let your actions be influenced by your fears.” — Arthur Koestler, Hungarian-British author and journalist (1905-1983) I really wanted to get long training swims in this weekend and it just didn’t happen for one reason or … Continue reading

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