Category Archive: Environment

Racing at the 2015 Tour of America’s Dairyland

Racing at the 2015 Tour of America’s Dairyland

What comes to mind when you hear America’s Dairyland? …Well, Wisconsin of course! Wisconsin is known as the Badger State and it is also the dairy capital of the U.S.  It is sometimes called “America’s Dairyland” and has more dairy cows than any other state. And yes, it’s not a surprise that the recovery drinks […]

 

Topsport Stage Race

Topsport Stage Race

An army of one is mightier than an army of many!

 

Budweiser Sequoia Cycling Classic Criterium

Budweiser Sequoia Cycling Classic Criterium

CATEGORY Women’s Pro/1/2 DATE Sunday, April 26th, 2015 COURSE DESCRIPTION 0.7 mile counter-clockwise course starting in front of the City Hall. Lots of spectators, lots of primes, great prizes! RACE SUMMARY This course is fast, fun and a wee bit technical. The first couple of laps the tempo was moderate, then the attacks came one […]

 

Snelling Road Race

Snelling Road Race

Sometimes it all comes down to the final sprint.

 

Copperopolis Road Race

Copperopolis Road Race

Though there aren’t any cobblestones on this course, due to the poor conditions of these roads, the Copperopolis Road Race is often referred to as the Paris Roubaix of California. Here my race report from this year’s Women’s Pro 1/2 race.

 

What a Year, and It’s far from Over

What a Year, and It’s far from Over

This year truly has been exciting for me and probably will continue like this as long as I find something to be excited about and to be inspired by those around me to at it. To start the year, I was inspired by my boyfriend to give my first cycling race a go. So, on […]

 

Reflections #10: Hanse Sail und Aufwiedersehen

Reflections #10: Hanse Sail und Aufwiedersehen

I knew this trip was going to come to an end sooner than later, but somehow it still shocks me when I realize that I’ve spent three months in a different country and now I’m about to set foot on a plane that will take me far away from what I just adjusted to. Time […]

 

Reflections #9: Diving with the Seals

Reflections #9: Diving with the Seals

Spending parts of my life in the golden state of California, I’ve come across lots of surfers, swimmers, and divers. The Monterey Bay Aquarium was always one of my favorite places to visit as a kid. Even now, as an adult, it fascinates me to see all the different types of career paths you can […]

 

Reflections #8: DAAD RISE Scholars meeting in Heidelberg

Reflections #8: DAAD RISE Scholars meeting in Heidelberg

It’s come and gone! This entire trip to Germany seemed to have reached its climax last week, but nevertheless, I still remain in GER. Most of my co-workers here at the Marine Science Center went on a week-long conference in Bonn, and then it was my own time to go to a meeting in Heidelberg. […]

 

We’re Surfers

We’re Surfers

We’re Surfers. All of us. The only difference is what we’re surfing for. Some surf for peace, some surf for joy, some surfing for creativity, some surf to be cool, some surf for establishment, some surf against establishment, some surf … Continue reading

 
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