i2P Fun Run

Last year i2P’s fearless leaders Bob and Ray decided to run 200km from Montreal to Ottawa. For fun. No times or shirts or medals. Just friends, the road and some running shoes. This… Continue reading

Learn to Run

My friend, Ben, runs a nonprofit called Communiteach where community members teach a skill that they know to other members of the community for free (e.g. I learned knitting a few weeks ago).… Continue reading

i2P Expedition Announcement

The Super Secret Expedition is no longer super secret: we’re going to the Amazon!!! 150+km through dense jungle with 4 youth ambassadors. We will create educational modules about biodiversity to provide to schools… Continue reading

RR: Columbia Triathlon

This weekend was a big weekend! The Cyclist and I headed down to Maryland where Saturday involved the race expo/packet pick-up, bike drop off, a haircut that will result in a 12″ donation… Continue reading

RR: Girls on the Run 5K

This morning was the culmination of my third season coaching Girls on the Run. For the first time I’ve ever coached we had incredible weather- cool, blue skies and bright sunshine. I walked… Continue reading

SR: Pittsburgh Marathon 2010

SR? What is an SR? Any loyal blog readers know I usually write RRs (race reports) but this time, I was a spectathlete, so you get a spectathlete report! Wait a minute Time… Continue reading

The Bike Test

In my 2009 year in review post, I said the following: “Stay tuned for stories of me falling on my bike. I’ve also decided that all romantic suitors should go through a “bike… Continue reading

Mister Pretty Stroke

Usually when I swim I swim in the middle of the day around various appointments. At that time of day I swim with a mix of college kids who can hold their own… Continue reading

PowerBar Team Elite

I remember when I was a kid my dad would get ready for work in the morning and he always seemed to have it so together. I’d watch him tie his tie and… Continue reading

Review: Swimming to Antarctica

When I went to Rome I picked up a book to read for fun. After a semester that included HUNDREDS (if not thousands) of pages of neuroscience and social development, I wanted something… Continue reading