Santa Cruz 70.3 – My First DNF

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Race Report: 2016 Ironman Canada

It’s been 5 days since I crossed the finish line of my second Ironman at Ironman Canada in Whistler, British Columbia. It always takes time to process my thoughts after a race, especially a big, ‘A’ race like Ironman. I came into this race with bigger goals than my first Ironman last year, but IContinue reading “Race Report: 2016 Ironman Canada”

Updates on Training, Racing, and Life so far in 2016

The past few months have been absolutely non-stop on all levels – personal, professional, and triathlon related. I’ve been given some big opportunities at work which has meant a lot of travel, I am on my way back to Bend from my 7th trip in the past 11 weeks. Additionally, April and I have hadContinue reading “Updates on Training, Racing, and Life so far in 2016”

2016: Goals and Outlook

2016 is off to an awesome start! I’m back to structured training which is exciting after a few months of staying fit without following a schedule. It seems like half of Bend has got some sort of sickness to start the new year as well, and unfortunately April and I both picked that up. IContinue reading “2016: Goals and Outlook”

2015 – Year in Review

I go back and forth between wanting to do weekly summaries on this site about my training, racing, and progress. Part of me really likes the idea as I see several benefits: accountability, more frequent content on my site, a way to go back and review thoughts/feelings throughout the year, and the list goes on.Continue reading “2015 – Year in Review”

Happy Birthday to Me!

Just like that another year of my life has come and gone, and 27 is off to an awesome start. Looking back on the last year, there were some pretty significant ‘firsts’ and I’m looking forward to this year being less chaotic, and continuing to build and establish our new life in Bend, together. IContinue reading “Happy Birthday to Me!”

Patience and Consistency

It’s been just over 1 month since I crossed the line of my first Ironman at Coeur d’Alene. While I feel like a radically different athlete, I’m finding myself feeling rushed to get my speed back and also thinking non-stop about how badly I want another shot at the IM distance after my tough, 106Continue reading “Patience and Consistency”

IMCDA Race Report. “Michael Wolber…you are an Ironman!”

What an incredible day. My first Ironman is complete and I’m already looking forward to the next. Writing this recap is important for me, I learned so much throughout the preparation for and execution of the race that I hope to apply going forward in my triathlon career. 10 days out from the race, IContinue reading “IMCDA Race Report. “Michael Wolber…you are an Ironman!””

Move to Bend and Training Update.

Well, a lot has happened since my last post in February. I resigned from Nike and have started a new career in Bend, my wife and I just bought our dream house, and I’m (almost) 4 weeks out from Ironman Coeur d’Alene. Wow! Moving to Bend has always been a dream of ours, especially sinceContinue reading “Move to Bend and Training Update.”