Monday, June 14, 2010

a good day in MD

Yesterday I raced in my 7th [Blackwater] Eagleman half ironman [70.3!] race in Cambridge Maryland. It was another hot and windy affair on the Delmarva peninsula, but the day couldn't have gone better as I raced to a 1st place age group finish, 2nd overall amateur, and arguably the most important distinction, another Kona qualification.
It was a great day pushing my limits amongst friends and competitors, and in a striking natural setting. Eagleman is one of my all-time favorite races and likely will continue to be for as long as I am a triathlete. I just wanted to check in and share the good news in blogland, and mention that a proper race report will follow shortly. Good night!

5 comments:

Beth said...

YESSSSSSSSSSSS!! Once again your run proved to be lethal. Congrats again Jeremy! So happy for you!

Charlie Ban said...

Nice job Jeremy! I'm sorry I couldn't make it out there to watch.

Whitarican said...

AWESOME!!!!! KONA slot and 2nd overall aman...almost makes the 1st place age group nothing :) just kidding. That is so cool...The only way I see kona slots will be a lottery so congrats on all the hard work paying off!

Kim said...

Awesome J, just awesome.. Way to go.

Heidi Austin said...

yay!!!! so happy for you jeremy congrats on Kona! sounds like another stellar year for you! rock on :)