Webb Family In the News
America’s Fastest Miler Turned Triathlete… is Alan DRIVEN? Does he have what it takes to take down the competition in Triathlon.. reinventing himself in a new sport requiring endless hours (beyond what he imagined as a track athlete) on the bike, swim and run. In a 3 part video series, Flotrack takes an inside look of his track career, his training and future potential midway through his first season (2014)
Runners Steal the Show… Did you know Julia placed 3rd at Warrior Dash World Champs 2014 behind friends Kimber Mattox and Renee Metivier Baillie (and took home a combined $45000!) For all 3 this was their 2nd obstacle race ever.
Alan Webb Tribute giving love at the conclusion of his 11 year professional track career in 2014
Lived under a rock since 2000 or maybe you were born much later? Watch Alan’s (still standing) record breaking high school mile – 3:53.43 as a senior at South Lakes
Claim to fame: David Letterman Show Appearance The “boy” fits in well as a guest with Coldplay. “On top of the world” post-high school American Record
How fast is your mile PR? 3:46.91 In summer of 2007, fresh after meeting his future wife, Alan’s American Record was set in a small meet in Brasschaat Belgium – Fastest time in history since the world record of 3:43.13 was set 1999
Mom-steeple training…When you have to bring the baby to the track, you can still work in a few barrier jumps
NBC Sports (3/15) Webb set for first Olympic sized triathlon test
Runners World (7/14): Alan Webb Enjoying Early Days As Triathlete
Runners World (3/14): Webb Makes Pro Triathlon Debut
Athlete’s Corner -(3/15) Details on how she found the sport, running through pregnancy and everyday life as a mom, coach and athlete
10K Stroller Record- 38:15 using “Rent A Baby” – (10/14) After running regularly for 2 years with Joanie, Julia discovered she could break the existing record and found a race (and another baby) to do so. Other articles featured in Runners World and her hometown paper Oshkosh Northwestern.
Post-steeplechase PR interview (6/13) – 6 months at 40 miles per week, a 3rd place finish at Portland Track Festival (9:55.36) and 11 month old Joanie waiting for mommy to stop racing and get her milk! Mom first, runner second!