Amy Javens
Elite Age Group Triathlete
Former Pro
USAT / QT2 Systems Triathlon Coach

Redefine your limits!
Bringing Back the Joy and Racing Local
Amy Javens
Monday, July 18, 2011

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  1. Well Done Ironman Santa Rosa and a Different Approach for Race Day
    13 May, 2018
    Well Done Ironman Santa Rosa and a Different Approach for Race Day
    What a refreshing weekend at Ironman Santa Rosa!  THANK YOU race directors for giving the athletes a legit, true, beautiful and well organized  Ironman race!  One of the reasons I chose this race for the conclusion of an early season build, was the legitness of the bike course, a better guarantee that the bike leg would require athletes to solo effort it,  and the likelihood that "all men will be created equal" coming off the bike, with true Ironman running legs, and for me, well...let's just
  2. Progress, Not Points....A Post Race Growth Mindset.
    13 Apr, 2018
    Progress, Not Points....A Post Race Growth Mindset.
    "Dusting off the cobwebs" season opener occurred for me this past weekend.  Performed exactly were I thought I should, at this point of my season.  Not much to talk about, personal wise, it was a solid pre IM prep race kind of day. Anxious to get back to training, execute a solid race come IM Santa Rosa in a month, and then start the big build to Kona.  This is what I have done, since crossing my season opener finish line. 1.  Celebrated arriving at the finish line healthy this year. 2.
  3. Finish Lines
    28 Nov, 2017
    Finish Lines
    Finish lines are personal.  To each and every one of us, we all have stories that are to be celebrated at a finish line.  Whether an athlete crosses first with banners, or athletes who cross last, there is always something symbolic about them.  They ARE a big deal, not just to the spectator, but to the athlete, who celebrates something sacred, that only he or she can own.  A journey that started with a first step, lots of growth, failures, and ends with bang.   Finish lines are to be respected