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15.01. – 2016 Ironman All World Athlete Bronze

It lasted again :-) After my "Gold-Status" in 2014 over the Half-Distance, I secured via my good ranking at the Ironman Zürich, for 2016 the Bronze Status for the Longdistance. That means, I am under the top 10% in my age group within the Ironman

01.01. – 10k Year-End Run & Happy New Year

I wish you all a great, happy, peaceful but above all a healthy New Year. Only that counts; we all complain on a much too high level! For myself, I now would like to start with full motivation, action endurance and always a smile on

18.12 – Review | Looking Forward

An ambivalent 2016 is coming to an end. It’s time for a résumé, time, to look forward. From an athletic point of view, again successfully: Finished the first long distance race in Zurich with a respectful 4th place (AK40 / 33th overall), a 3rd place (20th) at

26.09. – early season break

"Everybody gets so much burdened as he can bear". Therefore, it is now time to take the load off my shoulders and therefore finish the season 2016 prematurely. Point. The last five weeks has been a collection of small disasters that next 4-6 weeks are

17.09 – Australia ….

... or: "Life happens when you are busy making plans" A race report of the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in Mooloolaba (Australia) will not happen.  Hospitalization just a week before departure forced me again down. I still went, but with far less baggage and with slight