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Congrats to Sean (l) and 4thDimension!!!!

Congrats to Sean (l) and 4thDimension!!!!

This is a blog post by Jack Mott, describing his experience during the Cat4 race.
It involves our good friend Sean Schnur and makes for great reading!
Hilarious!!!
To be taken to the blog, please click here
Congrats on yet another great performance Sean!!

This is a blog post by Jack Mott, describing his experience during the Cat4 race.
It involves our good friend Sean Schnur and makes for great reading!
Hilarious!!!
To be taken to the blog, please click here
Congrats on yet another great performance Sean!!

Written by: Herbert Krabel

Date: Tue Jan 03 2012

Houston, Texas resident Sean Schnur closed out his 2011 season at Ironman Arizona with another Kona ticket. Considering his recent bad taste non racing experience there we would have understood if he had passed on that slot.

Slowtwitch: Sean, it is good to have a chat with you.

Sean: I appreciate the invitation to speak with you.

ST: Our photographer Kerry Yndestad took a great pic of you in Arizona and you seemed overjoyed at the finish. We assume the race went well?

To read the full interview on Slowtwitch, please click here

Written by: Herbert Krabel

Date: Tue Jan 03 2012

Houston, Texas resident Sean Schnur closed out his 2011 season at Ironman Arizona with another Kona ticket. Considering his recent bad taste non racing experience there we would have understood if he had passed on that slot.

Slowtwitch: Sean, it is good to have a chat with you.

Sean: I appreciate the invitation to speak with you.

ST: Our photographer Kerry Yndestad took a great pic of you in Arizona and you seemed overjoyed at the finish. We assume the race went well?

To read the full interview on Slowtwitch, please click here


This past week good friend and client Sean Schnur made his way to the tunnel with John Cobb to redefine his bike position. Last year Sean qualified for Kona in only his second Ironman, while in Hawaii he finished in the top 100. John Cobb worked on his position and found him some extra speed by dropping his drag numbers. Now he can settle in with the new position, good luck Sean.