break·a·way, n. 1. a burst of speed by a competitor or group of competitors in a race to break free of the pack.
2. to do something in a different way from what is usual or expected.
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Career Racing Highlights (1973-2009)

6-time World Triathlon Champion
- Master's 50+ (2008)
- Master's 40+ (2002, 2000)
- Age 35-39 (1996, 1995, 1994)
7-time US National Triathlon Champion
- Master's (2007, '04, '02, 2000, 1999)
- Age 35-39 (1996, 1995)
Overall Winner
- 79 triathlons; 18 after age 40
- Gulf Coast Triathlon, Panama City, FL, only age 40+ man to outright win a Hawaii Ironman Qualifier Race (1998) 
- 11-time consecutive winner, Lake Waconia Triathlon (1993-2003)
- 10-time consecutive winner, Annandale Triathlon (1990-2000)
#1 Triathlete in Minnesota
15 consecutive years (1987-2001)
4-time finisher
Hawaii Ironman World Championship
(1989, 1996, 1998, 2003) 
Running
- Overall winner of 85+ running races
- Earned tryout for US Olympic marathon team (1984)
- NCAA Track All-America (1980)
- 14-time winner, Fool's 5 Mile Road Race (1979-2002)
- Best times:       10k           29:45
       marathon    2:18

Honors

2-time USA Triathlete of the Year
- Master's Category (2002)
- Overall Amateur (1995)
Hall of Fame Inductions
- Winona State University (1994)
- Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (2001)
2000-2004 BreakAway Results, all right reserved.