Getting the most from your Garmin or smart device.

One of the biggest advancements for triathletes, runners, and cyclists over the past 5 years has been the quantum leap forward with electronics. It used to be that you had a huge, chunky watch weighing down your wrist, and all it really gave you was your distance, time, and pace (which at the time felt like a big step forward …

Climbing Mountains

Joanna Eubanks has used her training and fitness to explore some mountain tops out west. While Ironman might not be happening anytime soon she decided to make the most of the time of less structured training and knock off some bucket list items. Normally, she would have been getting ready for her 2 Ironman races but here she is still …

Greenville Spinners TT – July

Sarah Campen one of our quiet workers and a mother of 3 little ones. She has used her time on the trainer during COVID to take her cycling to a whole new level. At the recent Greenville Spinners TT she averaged 21.7 mph! I see big things to come for her when we are finally able to race again!

Sarah Wins the Beer Relay!

With almost all races cancelled you have to take advantage of the ones that are actually still being held. Thankfully Sarah’s training has been 100% on point through this pandemic and she was able to take the big win at the Cottonmouth Relay in Greenville. She had to run a 2 mile lap and drink 1 beer 4x! Yes, so …

QOM & KOM Winners

Here you go…the QOM = Queen of the Mountain is Beth Thomas Mullikin but since she “chicked” all the guys I think she should technically be KOM too! Since Jeremy Walton is a coach we are going to kick out his time but I wanted to include it since it is a good point of reference. The KOM is Chris …

“Who Needs Paris Anyway” Solo Louisville Loop Marathon

CONGRATS to Matt Hubbard for getting his FIRST marathon done in fine form yesterday! “Today (actually yesterday), at 5:50 am, I set out on one of the most truly beautiful trails I think I’ve ever run on. The Louisville Loop will soon be a loop around Louisville spanning over a hundred miles and I was fortunate enough to live near one of …

Time Trial Challenge Results

Racing against yourself! With all the races canceled we still have the ability to race the clock and to challenge ourselves. Even though racing is incredibly fun and social you can indeed have fun and be socially distant (at least 3 bike lengths) just like in a race. I am really proud of all of you who pushed your limits …

March 2020 Results

March 7th  – BB&T Half Marathon, Charlotte, NC Michael Vaccaro – 1:37:10 March 7th  – Myrtle Beach Half Marathon, SC Cheryl Miller – 2:42 March 7th  – Oskar Blues Brewery 4-miler, Brevard, NC Lorna Burrell – 44:59 March 7th  – Run Hard Half Marathon, Columbia, SC David Sease (Running with friend) – 2:49 March 8th – LA Marathon, CA Mary Biebel – 6:23 March 14th – …

Jan & Feb 2020 Results

Jan. 1st – Hair of the Dog (5 miler), Spartanburg, SC Matthew Roland – 47:23 Beth Mullikin – 47:14 Jan 4th Harbison 25K, Columbia, SC Kelly Danias – 3:39 Sharon Appell – 4:01 Jan 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th – The Dopey Challenge, Disney World, FL *This is a 5K, a 10K, a Half Marathon & a MARATHON! Kevin Harrison – FINISHED Cheryl Miller …

USAT Nationals

For those of you looking to go to Age Group Nationals you MUST compete in your AGE GROUP to qualify OR compete in races outside of SC and rank high enough to be USAT All American which will also get you an invite. If you are interested in learning more about this please read here:”Due to variables such as these, …