Best Comeback Athlete for 2013
at the Gear & Glimmer Awards in Atlanta, Georgia
Swim Bike Mom = the Newest HEADSWEATS Ambassador!
Rave reviews for Triathlon for the Every Woman at RunningThriver.com.
“I made it through most of Triathlon For Every Woman just on the flight out and finished the rest before we made it home. If you are naturally un-athletic, out of shape, over weight, ever considered triathlon, or never considered triathlon this book is a MUST READ! I found Meredith from Swim Bike Mom totally relatable and hilarious to boot. While I may not have ever had to contend with a Fat Stranger, I have had to overcome a Hollow, Emotionally Unstable Stranger following an abusive relationship. As she points out, her book is not exclusive. Everyone hits a point in his or her life when they don’t like or can’t relate with the person looking back in the mirror. Her story is one of reconciling who she was and who she wanted to be. That is something anyone can relate to. While I’m sure Meredith would love for everyone to try triathlon as a means to changing their lives, what she is really doing is encouraging the masses to go out and chase there dreams. She does this by breaking the process down into short term and long term goals. Start with what seems doable and build to the impossible. I couldn’t agree with her more. She is truly a woman after my own heart. Add to that that she has a team of experts (including her husband The Expert) to break everything down and make it accessible. Meredith is open about the fact that she had barely finished a couple 5Ks before making the decision (or should I say Decision) to become a triathlete. The journey changed her life forever.
Now she has built a Swim Bike Mom Empire (I mean the girl even has her own triathlete apparel! Who is up for some Running Thriver swag? jk Maybe someday) , and as I wrote to tell her, I only hope that someday I can expand The Running Thriver to be able to inspire and help the masses to the degree that she has. There was I time when I used to think that I needed to accomplish all my craziest goals in life before my story would be worth sharing. I believed that I should wait until after completing an Ironman to write a book. However, Swim Bike Mom has changed my perspective on that. When she wrote her book, she had set a goal for herself to complete an Ironman, but hadn’t actually done it yet. Instead, she choose to write her story after her second half Ironman.”
A cover girl?! Whoa. Who knew.
Honored to be on the cover of this month’s issue of Triathlon Lifestyle!
Get a three month free trial. You can find it here: http://trilifemag.com/
Learn how to use the code here: http://trilifemag.com/how-to-
An interview with Quintana Roo Tri!
Article Published in January’s Issue of Triathlete Magazine!
Recently featured on:
I was interviewed yesterday for a feature on Ironman.com! How exciting is that?!
Here’s a new feature on Miss Millennia too!
It really happened.
July is “Get Addicted to Swimming” Month for Nonni’s ThinAddictives.
Check out this video featuring Swim Bike Mom.
Thanks to my FAVORITE triathlon store, All3Sports.com,
for this Mother’s Day shoutout!
Proud to be a Member of 2013 Team TriBike!
Swim Bike Mom is available for Consulting, Advertising, Freelancing, Guest Blogging, Speaking Engagements, Appearances, and Cocktail Hours (especially Cocktail Hours!)
On Triathlon Gift Ideas for Her
Mention on StrongerBetterFasterMore
The Gift Guide for Runners
Feature on Miss Millennia Magazine
On ExperienceLife.com a story
Shout out on Meals & Miles re: Ironman CDA
“Expert” Feature on AL.com
Fit Momma Friday at Fit Momma V
Second Mention on Runs Like A Duck
Poopsicles at Health Kitten
Friends We Follow on Page 7, Freeplay Magazine
Healthy Page: Interview
Half Marathon Superstar on Up & Running
210 Again Interview.
Mention on One Mom in Maine.
Featured in the Augusta Chronicle pre-Augusta 70.3
Nice words on Treadmill Confessional
Shoutout on CrazyMadLiving
Mention on TwoTri.com
Mention on IronLadyKati
Another Mother Runner House Party Photo Blog
Talking about SBM on TriMadness
Rave Review about the Book on MultiSport Ninja
Mention on Strong Blonde
Shout on Race-Kred
Mention at Michele on the RUN
Mention on Abloc Nutrition Blog
OTHER THINGS WRITTEN BY SBM:
Interview with Craig “Crowie” Alexander
Another Mother Runner Article/Interview
What Does a Triathlete Eat Before a Race
Highlight: Angela Meyer
A Checklist for Triathletes
GoTRIbal Feature Athlete
Nutrition for Losing Weight as a Triathlete
GoTRIbal Interviews: Janelle Hansberger
Change Happens: Triathlon Injury, Part II
Seven Reasons You Can Become a Triathlete (In Seven Sentences)
Guest Post: Swim Bike Mom Figures Out What to Eat