By: Juan Seaforth Review of: New Balance Beacon v2 Pros Lightweight Secure Upper Responsiveness Con Softer foam options available Review The upper provides a locked down and secure fit. The inside utilizes a more grippy mesh material which grabs your foot and keeps it in place something that V1 didn’t do. The midsole of the…


By: Juan Seaforth Review of: New Balance Fuel Cell Rebel. Things That I Like It’s a shoe for all type runs short runs, speed workouts and runs up to 15 mile. The middle sole is super soft and responsive which surprised me. The upper is amazing it provide plenty of lockdown and super comfortable. I…


By: Juan Seaforth Review of: New Balance Tempo. I wouldn’t normally post about a shoe but after reading some useful thoughts from others that helped me, I thought I would share my first impressions of the NB Tempo. They reminded me a bit at the old Zantes with a bit more cushion and with a generous…


This race was held on the hottest day of the year. It was the same weekend they cancelled the NYC Triathlon. Temperatures exceeded 98 degrees with heat indices exceeding 112 degrees. Of the 321 starters less than half finished. In the 30 plus year history of this race this was the second lowest finishing rate.

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