Richard Adams
Friday, February 26, 2016

More Posts

  1. Wht I Tri
    15 Mar, 2016
    Wht I Tri
    Congrats to all our swag winners.  The choice was EXTREMELY difficult.  Many stories were heartfelt, genuine, saddening, and/or hilarious.  Check out the stories below (in no particular order).  Thanks you to everyone who submitted for sharing and reminding me why I tri as well.  You inspire me. Michelle Coovert: The St. Louis Sprint Triathlon is the very first sprint triathlon in which I have ever registered. It's always been on my "bucket list," but I didn't have the courage or motivation to
  2. The Spectator's Contribution
    25 Jan, 2016
    The Spectator's Contribution
    So many people have to come together to produce a triathlon.  You need volunteers, municipal police and ambulance services, directors and workers, and of course participants.  And as we sing the praises of these people we sometimes forget that many of the folks who get participants to the start line and the finish line are our beloved spectators. These unsung heroes of racing are the ones who support us on bad days, congratulate us on good ones, and sit patiently as we traverse miles upon
  3. Standard Brewing Company
    12 Jan, 2016
    Standard Brewing Company Joining the Inaugural St. Louis Triathlon!!
    St. Louis is a BEER City.  Hops and barley run thick through our veins!!  Taking this rich culture in mind, we ensured that we included a pilsner in the swag bag.  We patted ourselves on the back, laughed heartily, and had a frosty beverage to celebrate our ingenuity.  Sadly, though, we made the important realization that an empty pilsner in a beer city is no good at all.  We retracted our back-patting, no longer laughed, stowed our frosty beverages and got to work.  In walked the hero of our