For the past two years I have been writing my story. It has allowed me to be open, raw and honest with myself and to reflect back upon some of the most challenging adventures I’ve ever been on – both in my triathlon and personal life. It has also allowed me to share this journey with others and to give some insights on the gruelling demands of training for an Ironman and chasing a dream larger than myself. When the dream was accomplished I felt at a lose for words. Although I am still dreaming, and still training, and still embracing new challenges, I feel that my story has been told. There are only so many ways to say, “I came, I saw, I conquered.” I want to take the opportunity to tell some different stories – stories from new faces, new places and new perspectives.
In the Rust2Iron Project I will continue telling my own story, but will also include guest appearances from other athletes.
I hope you enjoy the ride.