Keeping up with the BUTTs

September 26, 2019

For many, triathlon race season will soon be over, if it isn’t already.  Unless you qualified for Kona (October), there is a good chance that your A-Race season is winding down. 

What should a triathlete do when the races get fewer and further between? Actually, qu...

April 9, 2019

Anecdotally and statistically, the swim is often the most intimidating portion of a triathlon, especially for new triathletes.  In addition to swimming being the one event that many people are not as skilled at as the others, it often occurs in open water.  Anyone who...

October 7, 2018

Our 2018 season has come to an end. We have made it to the podium a total of four times this season at Cranberry Sprint, Lake George Olympic, and Buzzard’s Bay Sprint. We also had the privilege to race with our alumni and coach, Breno. Buzzard’s Bay Sprint had the most...

April 15, 2018

With what emotions do you finish and close the last chapter of your favorite book? Is it sadness, for having to bid goodbye? Is it joy, for having had a wonderful ride? Or is it fear, for having to lay the story on the side? The most artful story elicits all the emotio...

March 27, 2018

One of his best moments was when he broke 30 minutes on his 5k during the Jingle Bell Run back in December. He originally started out with a 36 minute 5k run 4 months ago. In less than 2 months, he also beat his 10km indoor time trial time by 6 minutes at Sunday’s Race...

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