During the past few years endurance and adventure has been what I have breathed, ate, slept. It was either being on one or planning the next. Each adventure has been special in its own way, however, the first marathon at 18 was what made me believe I could do the rest of them. After that
Cedar Point is coming and it's so awesome to see the community coming out to support the race! Make sure to thank New Life Church Sandusky, OH when you see them at the first and last aid station on the run course! Video is below.
How would you like to win an entry to the Rev3 race of your choice? You would like it very much, you say. Well here's your chance because we are giving away two entries. These races are not only perfect for you, but Revolution3 hand picks every venue to ensure you and your family and
What’s better than a firefighter/triathlete? Brian Hackenburg, a 36-year-old from Sandusky, Ohio and 18-year firefighting veteran, will be toeing the line at Rev3 Cedar Point, as well as at other multiple endurance events throughout the country to raise money for the National Firefighters Endowment. Why is he doing it? “The National Firefighter Endowment is important
This special story involves three triathlete women making a difference to one accident victim. Triathletes understand accidents. Every time we straddle a bike and take off for the open road, we risk everything. Some accidents are merely a road rash, but others change lives forever. At 19, the future should look bright—you’ve plenty of time