This race was the first event of 2014 for us. We at first heard about the hot chocolate series while living in Atlanta and heard lots of good things about this series from our friends. This series is mostly a fun run type of event, incorporating live music, hot chocolate finisher mug at the finish, warm sweat shirts instead of t-shirts and comfortable race distances. Additionally, for us what makes participating in this event enticing was a combination of factors. The event falls early in enough in the year that it would help motivate us to stay in shape over the holidays. The 15K distance is just the right length to train for that doesn’t require the heavy volumes of a triathlon or half marathon. Also, the swag is not half bad.
“Dreaming Season”…it’s the time of year when we, as athletes, start to think of all the ways that we may go further, race smarter, and be better in the coming year. To kick off the dreaming season, November is all about YOU. We’ll be asking about YOUR dreams, sharing YOUR stories, and celebrating the possibility of what YOU could achieve in 2014.
"Richard Bakare", 10K, 13.1, 15K, 21K, 26.2, 42K, Angela Huynh, Augusta Ironman, Big Sur International Marathon Relay, Cycling, Half Marathon, HITS Napa Triathlon, Hot Chocolate 15/5K Race, IronMan, Jungle Run, Marathon, March Triathlon Series, Olympic Distance, Peachtree Road Race, Running, San Diego Challenge Triathlon, San Francisco Rock n’ Roll Half Marathon, San Jose Rock n' Roll Half Marathon, Splash & Dash Evening Series, Sprint Distance, Swimming, The Reservoir Triathlon at Morgan Hill, Training Peaks, TRI for Real Olympic Distance Triathlon, Triathlon, Triathlon at Pacific Grove, Tyler Lu, Wildflower Triathlon