A new year is upon us. With that new year brings new beginnings and new goals. It’s a chance to put the past behind you and zoom into the future with renewed vigor. While you contemplate your resolutions, check out the aspirations these ITU athletes have for themselves in 2013.
Emma Moffatt (AUS)
“My New Year’s resolutions are to work on my cornering, move into my house, race well and be HAPPY! I’d like to have a few podium finishes in the ITU World Triathlon Series this year, but also maybe conquer a 70.3. I am looking forward to 2013 starting and putting 2012 behind me. Also my best friend’s wedding!”
Crisanto Grajales (MEX)
“My resolutions are to train closely with my coach, prepare myself to be the best, to do my best in every competition and be on the podium in every competition. My race goals are to compete in more than 80% of the ITU World Triathlon Series competitions, to obtain medals in the Panamerican Games and to be healthy and happy in order to qualify for the Olympic Games again in the next quad. I also hope to have a very productive year and enjoy every competition, while having good relationships with everybody around me.”
Kyle Jones (CAN)
“In 2013 I look forward to working my way closer to a WTS podium, while continuing to climb the overall rankings. I’m most looking forward to tackling the new Kitzbuhel course!”
Daniel Ryf (SUI)
“I don’t have any New Year´s resolutions, but my training and race goals are to get as fit as possible. In 2013, I’m looking forward to spending the winter in Switzerland.”
Gwen Jorgensen (USA)
“I want to update my blog more often - maybe even challenge myself to 20 blog posts in 20 days? My training and race goals are to drop my boyfriend on the bike and I’m excited about living in different countries like Australia and Spain.”
Dan Wilson (AUS)
“I want to stop judging people who need a calendar landmark to make a positive change in their lives. My goals are to stay healthy, train well (while being healthy) and race fast (and healthily). I am looking forward to success, fame and fortune. If not any of these, hopefully just continuing to have fun!”
Sarah Groff (USA)
“My New Year’s resolution is to improve my packing skills. I always manage to forget things, despite being a habitual overpacker! My racing goal is to channel my inner Brownlee-Gomez a bit more this year. This year, I’m most looking forward to making some changes in how I approach my training; hopefully they’ll pay...