Sally Edwards inspires woman to access their inner athlete
September 22, 2007 — Donna Gordon Blankinship, Associated Press Writer
SEATTLE-- Sally has come in last place 115 times at the Danskin Women's Triathlon.
This world-class athlete and member of the Triathlon Hall of Fame hasn't found the sprint-length woman's triathlon - a half-mile swim, 12-mile bike ride and 3 mile run - especially difficult. She intentionally follows the last person over the finish line so that n… Continue reading»
Putting her stamp on it
July 01, 2007 — Carol Terracina Hartman, Comstock's
She's written 22 books and launced six companies, including Fleet Feet Sports and Heat Zones. She's completed the Ironman triathlon 16 times and Danskin Women's Triathlon 109 times. She's won the 100-mile Western States Endurance Run and holds the world record for the Iditashoo 100-mile snowshoe race in Alaska.
But now, Sacramento's Sally Edward… Continue reading»
At 59, her passions keep her afloat and on the right track
May 08, 2007 — Kate Santich, Sentinel Staff Writer, Orlando Sentinel
Triathlete Sally Edwards approaches 60 with a competitive fire that she wants others to find within themselves.
Fitness pioneer Sally Edwards - for 30 years one of the best endurance athletes in the world - has a message for unfit America.
Stop dieting. Start moving.
"Losing weight is very, very hard and takes a very long time," she says. … Continue reading»