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Where to Eat and Play in Henderson and Lake Las Vegas

We attended the  Ironman 70.3 World Championship race a few years back that was held in the Henderson and Lake Las Vegas areas and not near the strip. Not being a huge Las Vegas fan, this was actually a good thing. While the immediate area seemed to still be in “transition” we found plenty to do and places to eat. But being outside the strip…

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The Ironman 70.3 World Championship race is actually located in the Henderson and Lake Las Vegas areas and not near the strip.  This means you will need to have a car to get to and from the airport as well as to get around race day, especially since transition areas T1 and T2 are in separate locations.  We are not aware of any shuttles.  This…

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becoming a triwife all over again
in Home, Kids in Tow, The Sport of Spectating


  And you thought only your athlete was going to get a workout on race day….Well, the tri wives will let you in on a secret – spectating and cheerleadering are not for the faint of heart in the triathlete support world.  They take a lot of finesse and agility, especially if you have children with you.  (Plus, you really have to love cowbells or…

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I truly consider myself a triwife, but I do know many who consider themselves a triathlon widow.  I decided to look up the definition of said, triathlon widow, in the Urban Dictionary, which I was recently introduced to by my teenagers. This cracked me up. Here it is: Triathlon Widow, Spouse of a triathlete: A triathlete is any person who was once human, but has…

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The Good, The Bad, & The Sweaty – Sherry’s Story

Moving from LA to the east coast in 1997, my once hard-bodied man turned into a workaholic couch potato; snowstorms did not help the cause.  As you can imagine, this meant putting on the pounds.  It finally took seeing that “huge ass” (his words not mine) in one too many pictures to bring about change.  It started with joining a gym and progressed to signing…

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When the TriWivesClub began in 2013, we were three – Dana, Jodi, and Sherry – wives of triathletes.  However, we became two when Jodi had to step back earlier this year due to her full-time job!  While she is still a huge part of hearts and always will be and still contributes when she can, Dana and I have had to carry on ourselves. For…

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