Mid Season Updates and Ironman Lake Tahoe!

Big news around the bay with Ironman Lake Tahoe being announced!  The team here at M2 is feverishly planning out options for 2013 lead up to this inaugural event that has everyone really excited.  Its about time we had an Ironman in our back yard!  You can keep up to date with our preliminary plans and announcements on our Facebook event page by RSVP’ing here.

The first half of our season is wrapping up and we wish our Ironman France and CdA athletes luck on their journeys.  No Lance in France, but from the pictures they’ve been sending us back, I think we are all very jealous (photo credit to Jenni Kirk, Happy Birthday!).

Some very notable results from our athletes closing out the first six months as well.

Tim Smith punched his Kona ticket at Ironman Cairns by finishing 17th overall (including pro’s), and winning his Age Group with a 9:22:25 time highlighted by a 3:15 marathon!

Wildflower saw some great results as well with Sandrine Micoleau capturing 4th in her Age Group while Brett Miller edged out Stefan Irion for 5th in their Age Group during hotly contested race.

Dan Ross has been on a tear taking in Age Group honors with a 2nd at Metro Triathlon, and a 1st at Reservoir Triathlon!

Not to be outdone, Christine Aldeguer took on Escape from Alcatraz and crushed it, grabbing 2nd in her Age Group while breaking the 3 hour mark on that brutal course!

Add that to our impressive showing on the Tour of California ride, and 2012 has started off well for everyone.  M2 would like to say thanks for all the support.  Its a great time to be involved with the studio and we all look forward to more events and adventures to come.  You can check out some amazing shots taken by Loren Geller here, or from our talented, roving photographers here. 

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