Kat Gunsur

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TCSD Conversation by Craig Zelent

I had the very rewarding opportunity recently to talk triathlon with Kat Gunsur.  Kat wears a lot of triathlon hats including that as the TCSD’s Social Media Director.  She is a huge part of the process that puts us on the map and gives our club world-wide visibility.  Kat is also very focused on helping others as you will see by her work with Team Challenge.    

 

Boston Strong

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TCSD Conversation by Craig Zelent

This month will be a unique TCSD Conversation as I posed 3 different questions to our members who ran the 2014 Boston Marathon.  I have conducted well over 100 of these interviews since 2002 and this is one of my favorites.  I hope you will enjoy their answers.

"Tri Club members gather for lunch the day before the 2014 Boston Marathon"

Rachel Gordon Wills

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TCSD Conversation by Craig Zelent

Rachel (Gordon) Wills is one of the fastest swimming triathletes on the planet.  Rachel has been a huge help to many of our members through her swim coaching and her work at Moment Bicycles.  We are lucky to have this Fighting Sioux as one of our club members and friends.

 

 

 

Cory Gasaway

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TCSD Conversation by Craig Zelent

I had the pleasure recently of talking triathlon with the TCSD's Director of Sponsorships, Cory Gasaway.  I was thoroughly impressed with how professionally Cory handles his volunteer role for the club which is critical for us to continue and thrive.  I’m sure you will enjoy getting to know this husband, father, product manager, volunteer and Ironman Finisher.


 

Mark Kenny

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TCSD Conversation by Craig Zelent

This interview was with a real life saver.  Seriously!  I sat down and talked triathlon and search and rescue with the Tri Club’s own Mark Kenny.  Mark is a genuinely great guy who has risked his own life to help many people over the years.  I know you’ll thoroughly enjoy getting to know this Good Samaritan.

 Mark Kenny (on the right) with Matt Sparks during their recent climb of Mount Whitney