Sunday, January 07, 2007

2007 Schedule

Whad'up 'BoomerNation!

It's a just a week into the New Year and high time to post my races for 2007. So here they are:

The Texas Half Marathon ... February 10
Big D-Texas Half Marathon ... April 1
MS 150 Houston to Austin ... April 21
Wildflower Half Ironman ... May 6
Kings Trail International Triathlon (Maui, Hawaii) ... June 10
Ironman 70.3 Buffalo Springs Lake ... June 24
Whirlpool Steelhead 70.3 ... August 4
Ironman Wisconsin ... September 9
Longhorn Half Ironman ... October 7
Tri One 0 One... November 11

It's an ambitious schedule, no doubt, and one that will provide chances for fabulous memories ... wonderfully spirited memories.

If you're going to be at any of the events, let me know. I'd hate it if we miss each other. Also, along with my racing gear I'll bring my recording equipment. Who knows? ... You just may end up on the Get Your Geek On! podcast news report.

Stay tuned...

20 comments:

Curly Su said...

looks like a great schedule. i'll see you at wildflower, and then at texas 101!

Shelley said...

Wow!! Looks like we'll be at a couple of races together this year...fun, fun, fun!!!

Laurie said...

Wow, that is quite a schedule. I look forward to reading all about them during the next year.

Barb said...

Wowzer! It's a packed race schedule! You'll do great! I'll be seeing you at IM Wisconsin.

Donald said...

You're definitely going to be busy. Good luck and good health in 2007.

Jill said...

Well, so far it looks like we will both be riding in the MS150. I will be riding with Team Clear Channel and some of my TNT friends.

Your schedule looks fun. Good luck to you. I am sure you will do great!!

RunBubbaRun said...

Sounds like a great schedule. A tough one especially after IMWI. I will see out there at IMWI.

Happy training.

Vickie said...

I will be at Steelhead--that is if my confirmation ever comes through! It will also be my first 70.3, so that is my focus for the year. Looking forward to meeting up!

Lance Notstrong said...

That IS an ambitious schedule!!! I'm leaning towards running the 1/2 at Big D but probably just for training because I may do my first tri a week later :-)

Spokane Al said...

That is one ambition schedule and I am sure you will rock.

Good luck and I will be looking forward to reading your race recap posts.

ironjenny said...

Great! Looking forward to seeing you at Wildflower and at IM WI... ;-)
Jenny

Kim said...

hey handsome, you are one busy guy in 2007! cant wait to hear your progress throughout the year!

tri-mama said...

I'll see you at Wildflower and of course IMmoo. I've got to send you an email about our idea of "un racing" for a cure. soon....

IM Able said...

What a fantastic schedule! Very ambitious, but I guess all the races will feel a bit easier without pneumonia.

Boomer, let's try to stay away from any respiratory infections or major fevers for the 2007 season. K?

:)

Be well...

greyhound said...

Dang, dude. You race a LOT.

I'll caddy at Texas 101, and if I heal up proper, we'll do Houston to Austin in one day.

D said...

No full marathons? Hmmmm.....

I did the Big D full marathon a few years ago. It is a pretty route. I just hope they are a bit more organized. The start that year went something like this: announcer: "I think they're getting ready to start. No wait I think it just startd. . . go."

Carrie said...

WOW--What a race calendar!!!!! You are amazing! We'll definitely have to hook up when you and Greyhound are in Austin for the MS 150!

TriSaraTops said...

See ya at Steelhead! :)

And IMW, too! I'll be cheering on the side this year!

Jodi said...

Holy Moly! What a schedule you have for yourself. I feel like such a big wuss...

One 0 One should be really interesting this year- keep us posted!

Jodi

LoneStarCrank said...

I officially am coming down with a case of race envy. I tired just thinking of all of the training and traveling. Boomer we'll have to hook up for Longhorn and chat it up.

Godspeed on a great 2007!