I feel so humble writing this post... I was reflecting about the amazing achievements of my athletes in the first 6 months of the year - and their big & scary goals for the rest of the year, and I felt like tears were coming to my eyes... Happy tears and feelings of humility, respect, joy and just adoration! What a privilege to be able to help you achieve your goals, guys and girls! Here is the list of pure awesomeness:
Anne-Sophie and Sofia finished London Marathon in April - as part of their "Marathon Majors" series mission, started 3 years ago from zero running.. They pushed through cold winter training, heavy global biz travel and apparently crazy London crowds :-) Chapeau - the journey goes on!
Frederic finished his first Ironman with fantastic 12:02 time in spite of ankle injury (and Brexit)! What a discipline in training and what a mental toughness - warrior Fred! Amazing!
Lynn ran a half-marathon just 6 months after giving birth to her baby - and set her Personal Best! Moms do rock!
Darren did several triathlons in Asia and keep inspiring the world by his transformation and dedication! Try training for an Ironman in Singapur, folks! Hot, humid and only a few roads to bike.. Onward, Darren!
Galina started running, preparing for her first ever triathlon in fall. Walk, run, fly, my friend!!
James biked from sunrise to sundown, 300km at "Chase the Sun" event, in spite of aching ribs and everything else after a bad cycling crush... When you are going through hell - keep going!
Truly and humble yours, I did an Ironman Lanzarote, a windy and hilly beast and cycled 210km over 4 cols in Engadin - do what scares you!
What to expect in the 2nd half? More epic staff, of course, for all the bravehearts! 2 Ironmans, 1-2 half-Ironmans, ultra trail running events mountain marathon in Swiss Alps and a lake Geneva crossing - and a lot of inspiration for the world!