Bri and Sarah after the game!
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Kevin got a call today from the director of his program officially inviting him to start the program in January. He's in! Congrats Kev. Unofficially...he still needs to submit one more letter of recommendation, his U of R professor must have wrote a great letter for him because they accepted him without the other letter.
Posted by Melinda at 8:39 AM
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Before--is that fear in his eyes?
After--11 hours 48 minutes later--Kevin Wright, you are an Ironman.
Mass swim start, Tempe Town Lake
That's Kev, the first bike
And the bike is done! In the finish chute.
Hi fiveing little brother on the run.
Brian Lehnhof was working the transition tent, we were lucky to get some texts from Brian when he saw Kevin. Thanks for the updates. Kev says he'll write a race report after he recovers. He made it look easy.
Posted by Melinda at 8:34 PM
Saturday, November 21, 2009
Tour de Tucscon began this morning with breakfast in bed for Kyle and Brad.
No, they really didn't sleep at the start line, however to line up in the Gold section you had to be there very early. We got up at 3:30 am and they staked out their piece of asphalt.
Waiting, waiting for the start, a few minutes before 7:00 am they moved all the gold riders up to the back of the platinum section, to line up platinum you have to be a Cat 1 or 2 or have ridden Tour de Tucson under 5 hours. Next year Kyle will have a platinum pass, and Craig will be lining up for breakfast in bed with Brad.
Kyle is done, we're waiting for Brad to finish.
Brad came around this last corner thinking he still had a mile to go, he was so happy to see the balloons straight ahead, he was done! Way to go boys, you did a great job.
We're in Tempe now, IMAZ for Kev.
Posted by Melinda at 3:54 PM
Friday, November 20, 2009
Sunday, November 8, 2009
Kev finishing up the half.
Kyle helping me finish.
Yeah, two trips to St. George was kinda inconvenient, and I know when October is on fast approach I will wonder what the heck I was thinking!
Posted by Melinda at 8:06 AM