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2010 athlete race reports from 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo

As athletes are recovering I am getting their race reports and stories – cool!

I am kicking myself for not taking more photos, but hey I was busy racing my ass off in the co-ed duo class with team-mate Scott Morris. We killed it and have our own race stories too 🙂

This post is the first of a few to recognize and relay the success of LW Coaching athletes. They did so well. I am so excited for them, so a no holds bragging session follows… I love coaching and they all did me proud!!

First recognition goes to Dave Byers 3rd place solo man. Dave is a personal coaching client and we shared a pit for this race. I had a row A view of the first class race execution he put down and was on-site in the pit between laps to relay a few splits and words of encouragement. His pit stops were fast and efficient and his lap splits perfect.

Living in the Tetons Valley he hadn’t seen dirt since the fall!! He trained entirely for the 24 hour race on a trainer and on snow! Impressive feat. Well done Mr Byers – you killed it and made me proud to be your coach.


Jeff Kerkove
racked up another podium for his stacked resume racing in the open 5 person team division into second place. Check out the sweet video he made of the race.

My ladies were hammers too.

Personal coaching client Krista Park raced on the winning 5 person open team. She rode the fastest female day and night laps on course of 1:05 and 1:09 – wow – speedy!!


In the Women’s solo field LW Coaching gals scored 1st and 5th place. I don’t have a podium pic for the solo ladies. If you have one I would love a copy.

Windy Marks followed the 24 Hour PR training plan and rode a strong race to take the win. Here is Windy #59 on course.

Nice work Windy! You look strong in this pic.

Catherine Bywaters followed the 24 Hour Finisher training plan. Her goal was to finish her first 24 hour race. She did that and rode onto the 5th step of the podium in the process. Great race Cat.

More bragging to come when I get photos and permission from my other training plan users. I always ask for permission from any training plan athlete or coaching client prior to recognizing them publicly. I am proud of everybody and respect every level of privacy…

2010 athlete race reports from 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo was last modified: May 4th, 2014 by Lynda

  1 comment for “2010 athlete race reports from 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo

  1. February 19, 2010 at 9:52 am

    Thanks for helping me have the race of my life Lynda! I have to admit, sharing a pit with my coach was added a little extra motivation. 🙂 You’re the best.

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