+ Richmond, United States.
YEAR OF BIRTH
I am a very competitive person. It shows in how I carry myself as an athlete, and how I am when coaching others. I want the best from myself, and I always want to be pushing for more. Being an athlete has made me who I am.
Passionate, intense, driven
Originally from Hampstead, MD (the same little 4,000 person town as Katie Zaferes), I went to the Virginia Military Institute for college. At the end of my freshman year, a friend of mine convinced me to try and walk-on to VMI’s D1 swim team. Sophomore year I walked on and swam for 2 seasons before recurring shoulder injuries took me out of the sport. Spring of my junior year, 2018, I joined VMI’s club triathlon team and was hooked. I enjoyed racing and the coaches were the best I’ve had in any sport.
Fast forward to 2020 and I started taking the sport more seriously, 14 months later I quali?ed for 70.3 World Championships and just 3 months after that I broke the Ironman MD bike course record.
I have a lot left to work on, but I’m just enjoying pushing my limits all the time.
Best results so far
Ironman 70.3 World Championship
Sep 18, 2021
St. George, Utah. United States.
IRONMAN Eagleman 70.3
Jun 13, 2021
Cambridge, Maryland. United States.
Broke the Ironman Maryland bike course record.