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About Meredith Kessler

Living by the mantra of BALANCE in life; family, friends, business, and training is marquee. Without balance, priorities can shift in a negative direction. It is important to channel our energy to people and things that matter the most to us.Professional triathlete dreaming in color. Happy wife, happy Life. KCCO!

❤️ Taupo To Taupo ❤️

TAUPO TO TAUPO: In 2016, it was rewarding and memorable to start the year off in Taupo in March and end the year back there again in December.  In between, there was some ample injury struggle to navigate through, as we ALL do at times, in effort to heal and get back to

February 21st, 2017|

Ironman Arizona in Review

2016 IRONMAN ARIZONA: A Quick Video, Race Recap and Post Race Speech 3 MINUTE POST RACE INTERVIEW discussing: *IMAZ *2016 INJURY *Remainder of 2016 *2017 Plans  Summarized Race Recap: Post Race Podcast (A LONGER listen!) with MILE HIGH ENDURANCE:  IRONMAN ARIZONA 2016 Awards Speech: Disclaimer:  I write how I

December 7th, 2016|

Ironman Taupo 70.3 & the Breathtaking Poronui Lodge

When my husband, Aaron, and I found out that Ironman Auckland 70.3 in January was being relocated to Taupo, New Zealand in December we were of course sad to see it leave the beautiful iconic city yet also elated that another race was in Taupo, our home away from home! We

February 13th, 2016|

The Triathlon Roller Coaster

Another triathlon long distance racing season is coming to a close and, of course - for everyone, there were many ups and several downs. This is why we, as triathletes, enjoy the sport so much; you run through a whole range of emotions each and every training session and race. We are constantly reaching for that

January 4th, 2016|

The Benefits of a Professional Triathlon Union

I need to ask one question to professional triathletes: Do you like the current state of affairs in our sport? If you are perfectly content with how the sport is run, your income levels, no problems with officials or start times, like the point system, like the barriers to entry to become a pro, satisfied

November 25th, 2015|

Home Is Where The Heart Is

The trip of a lifetime came to fruition as we were preparing the race schedule for 2015; travel to Dubai for a 70.3, Taupo, New Zealand for an Ironman the next week and back to San Francisco. Fly around the world and compete in two events within three weeks. Doable and rewarding, knowing

April 15th, 2015|

New Year, Fresh Season!

  Happy New Year to everyone! We enjoyed a really wonderful holiday season with our families and friends - this is NEVER taken for granted! Our visit to Ohio was wonderful and we very much enjoyed ringing in the New Year with the crew! Job wise, we ended 2014 with Ironman Arizona and

February 2nd, 2015|

Impact Lives: 2014 Annual Challenged Athlete Foundation Cycling Challenge!

2014 Annual Challenged Athlete Foundation Cycling Challenge – at SHIFT Cycling Studio in San Francisco, CA The spirit and generosity of the Challenged Athletes Foundation is something to value and take pride in being a part of as much as possible. It is so moving to be able to help individuals overcome their

January 29th, 2014|

The Power of Positivity

  One of many main things in life that I never underestimate or devalue is - The Power of Positivity.  I really believe this allows you to truly avoid riding the ‘sucky’ bus which - as we know - is never an enriching ride. While I also really believe that the power of

July 26th, 2013|

Stepping into Spring – St. George 70.3, Columbia 5150, Life – in pics!

  It's been a fantastic few months filled with lots of family, friends, love, fun and racing. Per usual, will let the pictures tell the story as I seem to capture life through those more than words can truly describe! A quick recap of St. George: Heading into St. George - race week

May 25th, 2013|