What a rollercoaster. The highest highs and the lowest lows.
Team Sea to See crossed the Race Across America finish line after 7 days, 15 hours, and 3 minutes of riding. Our average pace including stops was 16.77mph and our average moving speed was 19.1mph, which I think sounds totally insane. I had no idea we would ride so fast.
Our team was the first four-tandem team to complete RAAM with blind stokers. I am so proud of what we accomplished. But we couldn’t have done anything without our crew. More thank yous to come.
I haven’t had time to write up anything significant, but Pamela Ferguson (another pilot on Team Sea to See) and I shared some of our thoughts the day after the race. Watch below if you’re interested.
If the embedded video doesn’t work- here is a link to the YouTube version.
Thank you to everyone who cheered, supported, and tracked our team. I’m overwhelmed by your love and positive energy. It’s hard to feel deserving of such kind words and praise.
- RAAM 2018- Saturday through Monday
- Our Adventure Begins Tomorrow
- Race Across America – A Breakdown
- Ironman Texas 2018 – Guiding Randi Strunk
- IRONMAN World Championship 2017 – Guiding Helen Webb
- Ironman Wisconsin & Ironman Maryland 2015 – Race Report(s)
- Attached at the Hip – Gu Energy Labs
- Slowtwitch – Not the Usual Triathlete
- Amy Dixon’s report from her first triathlon: I am a Para-Triathlete Officially!