Sarah is one of the most dominant female triathletes in recent history. She has been racing professionally for 11 years. She has 37 career professional wins to her credit, to include a U23 National Championship, US National Championship, 2008 Team USA member and 3x Race for Toyota Cup series champion.
Sarah took the 2013 season off and became a mom. Once she came back, she made her debut at the 70.3 distance with 3 wins in 2015.
Sarah explains her morning and evening rituals or habits, and how becoming a mother has changed that.
Sarah share some hard learned lessons on recovery and some outstanding advice for the women that are competing for the last Team USA spot for the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
“Talent is common, but disciplined talent is rare.” – Unknown
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