Speedendurance went live on May 21, 2007. That was Victoria Day in Canada (or La fête de Dollard-des-Ormeaux in Quebec)
So today marks the 2 year anniversary.
This site has helped hundreds of personal bests, seasons bests, and Masters “age category” bests over the past 2 years. And I don’t plan on slowing down either (at least on paper, that is!)
Speedendurance had over 500,000 visitors and over 1,000,000 pageviews. That’s a lot of pageviews or “hits” in layman’s term.
This Blog originally started as the book I never wrote, because the Content Management System (CMS) of WordPress helped me organize my ideas and videos by use of categories, tags, and live search.
I am very proud to have helped you, the readers, without starting a paid membership forum based web site. And I don’t intend in starting one either.
Access to information should always be free. An athlete should never be denied knowledge, because at the end of the day, the winner of 2 athletes, coaches, or team going head to head should be the one who trained harder and wants it more, not because of a lack of knowledge. Pharmaceutical differences aside, of course.
My philosophy is simple…
If you lose, don’t be sad. Shake your competitors hand, and go get him (or her) next time.
If you win, don’t be too happy either. No hot dogging or showboating, please.