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Briman Olympic triathlon

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Member Since:

Jan 02, 2006



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Running Accomplishments:


PR-St. George marathon 3:01:03 (2013) Provo City half (2013) 1:24:18, Nebo half marathon 1:21:16, Ogden Marathon(2013) 3:07:44,  Dixie 15k 58:36,  Running of the leopards 5k (2013) 18:48, Des news 10k 40:20, Half Ironman 2016, Boston Marathon x3

1st place overall womans in Spanish fork 1/2 marathon, Tristate 1/2 marathon, Death Valley 1/2 marathon, and the Utah Valley marathon (4-12-08)


Short-Term Running Goals:

See what my 40's bring next year

Mt Charleston half 4-27

Ironman Boulder 6-9

Long-Term Running Goals:

Run a sub 3 hour marathon and have a blast doing it.  

Have fun and enjoy the process 


I am married with 3 lovely children 22, 14, and 8 and a dog named Koda.  Love to run and be outside.  I believe that if you think you can do it and you work hard enough any thing is possible.   Life flashes by in the blink of an eye, enjoy it while it last and remember there is a lot more to life than running.

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 154.10
Kinvara 6 Lifetime Miles: 493.70
Kinvara Ugly Green Lifetime Miles: 335.70
SK Go Run 4 Black Lifetime Miles: 302.70
Sketchers Red/white/blue 1 Lifetime Miles: 296.40
Kinvara 6 White/blue Lifetime Miles: 264.70
Sketchers 4 R&B Lifetime Miles: 118.10
Race: Briman Olympic triathlon (33 Miles) 02:57:15, Place overall: 8, Place in age division: 2
Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesCrosstraining milesTotal Miles

As we age our goal change and things seem different. I am 40 now and while I would love to run fast it just has not been in my cards to do so. So I’ve just done what I can do. I’ve been running 4x a week, biking 2-3x a week and swimming 2x a week along with doing Pilates & strength. I decided to Jump into this triathlon. I loved the Olympic distance it was perfect! The swim was not my best, sun was in my eyes and my wetsuit was not on properly so I felt like I was being choked but I made it through. The bike was awesome and went faster than I expected avg over 18 miles an hour.  The run was good I passed the entire way and felt good. I finished feeling good and had a great time. 

Swim 34:30 

T1 2:54

Bike 1:26:17

T2 1:21

Run 52:12

From Burt on Fri, Oct 12, 2018 at 14:29:26 from

Nice job, Josse. Wet suit not on properly. I don't know why I think that's funny. I've never wore one.

From Jon on Fri, Jan 04, 2019 at 09:28:16 from

Don't know if you're still around, but good job on your tri.

I can definitely relate to getting older and life changing, too.

Happy New Year and hope you're doing well.

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