Who is Ted?

I'm the father of two beautiful daughters and an amazing wife. For fun, I enjoy the long hours of seemingly endless suffering that endurance sports (mostly running, cycling and triathlon)provide. During my "down time" I'm an avid beer snob and self-described gourmet chef (in other words I like to burn things on a stove or grill).

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

2015 By The Numbers



147,300: Yards swam in 2015



39,822: Overall Place in the 2015 Bolder Boulder

3,773.46: Approximate number of miles swam, biked and run.


2,000: Conservative estimate on the amount of $ spent for Ironman Boulder

1,339.77: Additional miles ridden in 2015 compared to 2014 (3,249 this year)


543: Overall Place in 2015 Ironman Boulder


One Hundred Fifty Six: Estimated types of beer sampled this year (average of 3 per week)


108: Bike Rides during 2015 (Both Indoor and Outdoor)

Ninety: Average temperature (Degrees Fahrenheit) during June/ July (Peak training months)

Seventy-Nine: Fewer miles run in 2015 compared to 2014 (440.65 this year)


78: Water temperature at IM Boulder on Race morning (making it a wetsuit optional swim)

Seventy Three: Number of Swims in 2015

Seventy: Approximate # of runs during 2015

Twenty-Seven: Times I've run the Bolder Boulder


Twenty-Five: Laps around Royal Catalonia Tulum resort to complete long run during vacation.


Twenty: Number of years married to my lovely wife Melisa Maes-Johnson!


Fourteen & Nine: Ages of my Daughters


7: Days Spent in Mexico sitting on the beach


6.8: Percent ABV of Modus Mandarina IPA, My favorite beer of 2015


Five: Long runs (more than 12 miles) prior to Ironman

4.25: Miles swam in one day as part of the Steve Feldman Challenge

Four: Number of rides over 100 miles.


Three:  # of trips to the East Coast of the United States (NYC=2, NJ=1)

Two: Beer festivals attended (Breckenridge Oktoberfest & Big Bear Brew Fest)


One: Times I wore my wetsuit in 2015

12 hours, 24 minutes, 42 seconds: Time to Complete Ironman Boulder 2015



6 minutes, 55 seconds: Fastest mile split recorded in 2015 (part of a brick workout)

Zero: Number of Ironman Races planned for next year!

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