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Run-de-vous 50K

My first ultra distance, 50K, happened on August 20th, 2016 at Run-de-vous. 2016 training season with Team Asha started with no particular race in mind. However, I did have one goal, to run injury free. I made just a few changes and boom the injury free run happened. Change #1: I had to diligently, i mean diligently […]

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Chicago Marathon 2014 – Race Report

A marathon that I will never forget !!!  Training: My first Marathon with Team Asha and it has been nothing but exciting. How often do you come across a running group that you can call family ?! Team Asha has running program that focuses on Half-Marathon and Full-Marathon. Even though, I am part of the Asha Triathlon program, […]

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Oakland Triathlon

  My very first Olympic distance triathlon, and it was a success !!! Race Result: Oakland Triathlon Swim Time –  0:45:53 T1 Time – 0:12:34 Bike Time –  1:42:53 T2 Time – 0:03:48 Run Time -1:16:22 Total Finish Time – 4:01:30 How did I feel at finish line: I could go for another 6-miles run. Swim: No goggle issues. Woohoo […]

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Lake Tahoe Triathlon

Event: Lake Tahoe Triathlon Races: 1.2-mile, 2.4-mile Lake Tahoe Swim on Saturday and Half-Triathlon on Sunday Friday night we reached campsite at around 10:30PM and by the time we went to sleep it was mid-night. I had signed up for the 1.2-mile swim and I didn’t have a good feeling about it from the get […]

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Tri Santa Cruz – Race Report

After my Sprint triathlons in 2011, I did Dip & Dash (swim/run) at Tri Santa Cruz on August 10,2014. It was more to find out how I survive a ocean swim. Race Day Morning: I wish triathlon races start at 10AM !!! Dreaded the 4AM wake up, especially the fact that the previous day I […]

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Bangalore Midnight Marathon

Naamche Baazar, Everest Base Camp Trail, October 2013: We had just returned from 26-days on Annapurna Circuit and Annapurna Base Camp hike. After a 6-days of gap and sight-seeing in Nepal, the trek to Everest Base Camp started with great enthusiasm. After all, we survived one the most dangerous plane journeys in the world, the […]

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