"My mother passed away 5 years ago from ALS, a horrible disease that destroys the voluntary motor nervous system, or Lou Gerhig's disease. She was a fabulous and amazing woman with more energy and pizazz than anyone I have ever known. I think of…"
"6 years ago I re-injured my knee at mile 40 of Ironman Florida; I was forced to drop out at mile 16 on the run. After 6 months in a very dark state and a few years of avoiding Tri's; I signed up for Louisville in November. I need to hang an…"
"This one is easy. All of you do. As my date to the IMMOO approaches I couldn't think of better time spent driving down from the Chicago area to see all of you. You guys and girls will give me that last bit of inspiration needed to tackle my…"
Everyone has their reasons for doing an Ironman and whatever they are, they're all equally important. I love a good story of inspiration and would like to hear yours! As the race draws near, I thought I'd reflect on what will bring us to the starting line - and by the grace of God and a little good luck - the finish line. My brother Justin Bowen and I are both participating this weekend in honor of our brother and Hero, Sergeant First Class Collin J. Bowen. I wanted to share our story so if…See More
Hey thanks good luck! I love the monon haha! I do not run with a camel backpack though. I just use a fuel belt or no belt at all. Have a great race. I am so nervous because this is my first one so I am hoping I am not disappointed with all the training and not have a good time. I am hoping I have a blast and come back every year! I think this is going to be a blast though, I am heading down today! Good luck!