January 01, 2017 1 min read

Kelli and I have been training the past couple of months for the sprint distance of the Kerrville Triathlon-- a 500m swim, 15 mile bike, and 5K. We both crave competition (which keeps things interesting at home), and events like this not only bring out our competitive spirit, but give us a different type of goal to shoot for and allow us to push ourselves to new limits and new heights. I could not think of a better place to host a triathlon than the Texas hill country. A swim in the cool waters of the Guadalupe and a bike and run around historic downtown was the perfect setting. It was a great race and we both finished well under our goal. A little competition never felt so good.
Keep your competitive spirits alive, do what you love, push yourself, and live Wild.

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