>There’s no ‘I’ in Team…and only one ‘A’ in Triathlon.

>You don’t have to like the sport.
You don’t have to even respect the sport.
But please, for the love of god, learn how to spell its name:

Published by Alyssa Godesky

Alyssa is a professional triathlete who has logged over 8,000 miles in competition of swimming, biking and running across five continents. She came to triathlon from an ultrarunning background and over the last few years has found success back on the trails: in 2018 she set the female supported Fastest Known Time (FKT) on Vermont's 273 mile Long Trail in 5 days, 2 hours and 37 minutes. In 2020 she set the women's supported FKT for climbing the 46 High Peaks in the Adirondacks in 3 days, 16 hours and 16 minutes. She is a triathlon and running coach, and also enjoys spending time guiding hikers out on the trails. Alyssa is based in Charlottesville, VA with her dog Ramona.

0 comments on “>There’s no ‘I’ in Team…and only one ‘A’ in Triathlon.”

  1. >i just learned something that i should have known. For some odd reason I always thought that the "t" "h" "o" & "n" at the end of the word "triathlon" had something to do with the marathon – but, I just did a google search and "athlon" is Greek for "contest" – absolutely nothing to do with the word Marathon (which of course is just the name of a Greek city). Sometimes the extent of my ignorance scares me.

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