In order to train and compete at the highest level, you need to be able to make high quality, data driven decisions. Polar allows me to accurately track a number of important measures of fitness and recovery, which enables my team and me to be confident that our decisions will keep me on the right track to maximize my potential.
November 5, 1991
2:09:09 (Marathon, Boston)
I eat a Snickers bar the night before every race.
Proudest sporting moment
Leading my college team to our programs first podium finish at NCAAs.
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