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THANKS TOBY for taking the WW report the last few weeks.

 

First report is before a couple of Active team members do their thing. The pic below is of MIKE COLEMAN & STEVE MAZZA this morning in Boston. They went to work the Boston Marathon and now today at this exact time running the Boston Marathon. Check out the Athlete Tracking at:

 

http://www.bostonmarathon.com/2008/cf/Public/TrackingIndividual.cfm?mode=multiple

 

 

Yours truly last weekend along with JAMIE CAMERON from Major Accounts worked the Ironman Arizona event in the heat and wind. The event had one of the largest dropout rates for an Ironman at 18%. We were sure glad night time came along to cool things off during our 19 hour day.

 

 

BUT STEVEN TWOHY didn't drop out so he is an IRONMAN in 12 hours 28 minutes and 7 seconds! He writes. "I did Ironman Arizona on my birthday on April 13th. It was one of the best birthdays I imagine I will ever have!!! I would have done a lot better than top 25% overall finishing time had I not had nutrition issues late on the bike. It was a hot, dry and windy day which was no surprise to me but left many others no choice but to throw in the towel. The crowd and atmosphere made Ironman Arizona an enjoyable experience, especially at the finish. The race for me was simply a celebration of dedication and hard work training in beautiful San Diego. The Gail Bernhardt training plan from the Active Trainer was excellent! I was less sore from the Ironman than after my first marathon, it is amazing how the body adapts".

 

 

The VANCOUVER SUN RUN, the largest 10K in the World was this weekend and we had a lot of team members run it. The race registered 56,200.

 

REI COLINA Software Developer Class just loved it. This is when you can see that hard training pays off, since I got to reduce my time from 53min (last year) to 50 this year.

It was a very nice run, even with the 50.000 people filling the streets of Vancouver downtown and west side (which makes it hard to go as fast as you could go) the very beautiful sceneries of Vancouver makes the sun run one of the most enjoyable runs in North America.

 

DARREN JENSEN reports for a few who also ran the Sun Run. Darren ran the 10k in 58:58. MATT HOFFMAN in 58:28, PAUL CHEUNG in 55:00 and ANTHONY WONG (sorry no time given, he’s still running, just kidding)

 

PAUL HILLER ran the Sun run and had a good take on it. He had a personal best of 1:01:23 with good and bad news. The bad news is his time placed him 14,283 overall but the good news is he beat 45,717 people. Next year he has a lofty goal of being in the top 10,000! Way to go Paul the glass is ALWAYS half full.

 

From EUROPE NICO REIS WRITES "Well my Basketball season here in Munich, Germany ended last Saturday with a 93-61 victory of my team! We won our 12 team-league and therefore move up to the next division. (Germany’s 3rd division) It was a great and successful season with a very international team, we have 9 nationalities on the court: Croatian, German, American, Greek, Russian, Philippines, Yugoslavian, Bosnian, and Congo.

 

Attached is our Team picture, I am the tall guy in the last row (#15).

 

Since it looks like I am coming back to the San Diego office late May, I need a new team…Telesis Court Basketball team anyone?!?

 

 

TOBY GUILLETTE Online Community Specialist was at it again going long as usual. He ran up the Noble Canyon trail from Pine Valley to the Pacific Crest Trail in San Diego County and back for a total of 31 miles on Saturday. He followed it up with a 9-mile “recovery” run Sunday around the perimeter of Mission Trails Park. Toby is attempting his first 100-mile ultra marathon in June and is on track with his preparations.

 

AND I thought a “recovery” was feet up and a few beers! Check out his blog for training updates: http://community.active.com/blogs/toby

 

KEVIN BEATTY ran with the POPE in NY. Well not quite but he was in NY running 10 miles in Central Park in preparation for his La Jolla ½ Marathon this Sunday. He looked to the streets and there was the Pope with all his security, I hope Kevin had a blessed run.

 

SARAH MOOSBRUGGER in SD did the Toyota Desert International Triathlon in La Quinta, CA 3/4 mile swim, 24 mile bike, 6 mile run in a time of 2:33. Way to work hard Sarah in the desert!

 

AND GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE TRAINING FOR THE LA JOLLA ½ THIS WEEKEND. REMEMBER HILLS ARE YOUR FRIENDS! Mike

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