Nearly all the aloha’s made it to the big one in Europe, the Xterra European Champs. Franziska, Karin, Betta, Lou, Belinda and Renata showed up, feeling good and enjoyed the team time before the gun went off. After the first pre ride not all of the girls have been happy.
Xterra Italy – made in the Abruzzo, made in Scanno. It’s always special drive up to this beautiful village in the mountains. Great people, lovely landscape, nice food and one of the toughest race courses are waiting. As the race organisers proudly announce „Either you can or you can’t. For
Switzerland is renowned for it’s short, fast course and exciting racing – my favourite kind of Xterra -and it didn’t disappoint! Aloha teammates at the ‘home’ race Only a week since Xterra Greece, the 13 hour journey home, then a day of interviews for BBC South Today and Radio Berkshire…
There are a lot of elements that make one a successful triathlete. For me, I am still trying to figure it out and put all the pieces of the puzzles together. I see triathlon similar to a detective trying to solve a crime – using clues from my body responding
After a few busy weeks of training and racing, and acclimatising to life on a beautiful island, here is a little snapshot of the Tagaman 70.3 and Xterra Saipan from the Swiss and the Aussie. The Tagaman was our first hit out, nothing like a 70.3 to dust out the
After 3 years having Xterra Philippines in Cebu, the organisation changed the location, and we raced in Albay, flying into Legazpi. The race was all around Mount Mayon, the active volcano. What an impressive view from the race hotel and a very interesting story of this 3000m high Mountain. I