Olympic triathlete Sarah Groff says all athletes -- regardless of level -- should set race goals and find a sense of fulfillment at the finish line. Read about it in her words .
This year, I'm going about things differently.From an outside perspective, it probably seems like not much has changed: I still look the same and act the same.
After a fourth-place finish at the Olympic Games last August, American Sarah Groff started approaching her career with a new outlook. Rather than spending eight months out of the year training on coach Darren Smith's team in Australia and Switzerland, Groff is looking for more life balance, so she made the switch to coach Joel Filliol.
American Sarah Groff came back from a tough race at Escape From Alcatraz last weekend (she ended up needing staples in her head) to take the win at Sunday's draft-legal, sprint-distance ITU Pan American Championships in Clermont, Fla.