Ironman Louisville....September 27th, 2012
2.4 Mile Swim…112 Mile Bike…26.2 Mile Run
Fueled by Karma
Ironman Louisville has a very unique start, rather than a mass start, you jump off a dock, one at a time….O.k., so 2,500 athletes equals 30-45 minutes for the last athletes to start…..kinda…Continue
Let's make sure that each and every volunteer leaves with a smile.
Added by Paul N. Goldstone on June 27, 2011 at 6:00am — No Comments
Alright, I'm going to do it. I've been thinking about it and wondering if I would regret going public with this goal... but it's time to shout it from the mountain!
My goal for the New Year is to log 2,012 miles in an effort to Stop MS. Miles count towards this goal as long as I power the mile myself - running, walking, cycling, elliptical... it counts! I'd like to have as high of a running percentage as I can towards this goal... this is going to be quite a challenge!
Karma 2012-13 Oomph gear invitation.
1- Large centerpiece on rear is $ 999.00.
2 - 3"x4" (location TBD) $ 549.00. per. ( sold, out 1)…
Added by Paul N. Goldstone on October 9, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments
Florida Ironman November 5th, 2011- FIRST ONE!!
I think the day that my Ironman journey started was last November in 2010, when I registered for my first Florida Ironman. The months after, I was seriously contemplating on what the heck I had done, did I really think that I could do an Ironman?? I had just started swimming last October…so I knew I had a looooong way to go before I could swim 2.4 miles…in the Gulf of Mexico no less!
I am sure that…Continue
1) High-Tech eye wear
Added by Paul N. Goldstone on July 8, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments
(I promise to keep the cliche's to a minimum, we've all heard and lived them all.)
(as there are so many ppl who sent good vibes, before during and after, I'll not dare try to name all. You know who you are and ty.)
They say, 'better DFL than DNF.' Well I can now say that, having been fortunate enough to have experienced both at IMLP, that there is, hard earned, great juice to be gotten from both. It always seems to go to the mental pendulum of which I so…Continue
The days (and weeks) leading up to my first IM 70.3 had me sick with fear. So many things to worry about. So many details that could go wrong. So doubtful of my training and abilities. So many opportunities for embarrassment, frustration and disappointment. So much time and money spent (wasted?).
Then, after I got on the shuttle bus in Waikoloa, Hawaii, heading to the Fairmont Orchid for the mandatory pre-race meeting, I looked up to see the Poster Child for Triathlons…Continue
This ongoing Blog will be a thorough account of one man's entire 30 week experience from training start to finish line at IMLP 2011; all to stop MS
Know that the reason for this project is purely to share, and possibly have, some positive impact on anyone who chooses to follow. The past 7 years of endurance sports has initiated an irreversible positive influence on my life, outlook, and desire to share and make our world a better place. If even a few ppl…
I'm No Tracey Frairy, or Laura Payott, but I'll give a race report the old IM try.
It was the strangest thing Auntie em'.
(I reserve the right, in my current, still slightly altered state, to mix and match fairy tales and classics.) Roll with it.
I was in this far away beautiful place with alot of rollong UP-hills, nutty ppl biking and running, and even more nittier little ppl in orange and blue tee's. (at first i…
Added by Paul N. Goldstone on September 15, 2009 at 11:00pm — No Comments